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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

B4350/B4350n Service Manual

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL Document Revision History Rev.No. 1 Date 2004-04-01 Corrected items No. Page Description of change ISSUE Person in charge ME5 Ono

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PREFACE
This Maintenance Manual describes the field maintenance methods for B4350 Monochrome LED Page Printers. This manual is written for use by service persons. Please note that you should refer to the Printer Handbook for the handling and operating methods of the equipment.

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CONTENTS
1. CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................... 7 1.1 System Configuration ....................................................................................... 7 1.2 Printer Configuration ......................................................................................... 8 1.3 Optional Configuration ...................................................................................... 9 1.4 Specification ................................................................................................... 11 1.5 Safety Standards ............................................................................................ 13
1.5.1 1.5.2 1.5.3 Certification Label ...................................................................................................... 13 Warning Label ........................................................................................................... 13 Warning/Caution Marking .......................................................................................... 14

2. PARTS REPLACEMENT ........................................................................................ 2.1 Precautions for Parts Replacement ................................................................ 2.2 Parts Layout.................................................................................................... 2.3 How to Change Parts......................................................................................
2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7 2.3.8 2.3.9 2.3.10 2.3.11 2.3.12 2.3.13 2.3.14 2.3.15 2.3.16 2.3.17 2.3.18 2.3.19 2.3.20 2.3.21 2.3.22 2.3.23 2.3.24 Upper Cover Assy ..................................................................................................... LED Head .................................................................................................................. Operator Panel Assy ................................................................................................. Lower Base Unit ........................................................................................................ Pulse Motor (Main/Drum) .......................................................................................... Pulse Motor (Registration) ......................................................................................... Pulse Motor (Hopping) ............................................................................................... Face Up Stacker Assy ............................................................................................... Eject Roller Assy ....................................................................................................... Motor Assy ................................................................................................................. Hopping Roller Shaft Assy ......................................................................................... Stacker Cover Assy ................................................................................................... Registration Roller ..................................................................................................... Roller Transfer Assy .................................................................................................. Fusing Unit ................................................................................................................ Back-up Roller ........................................................................................................... Sensor Plate (Inlet) .................................................................................................... Sensor Plate (Outlet), Sensor Wire Assy .................................................................. Manual Feed Guide Assy .......................................................................................... Sensor Plate (Paper Supply) ..................................................................................... GRV-2 PCB ............................................................................................................... Power Supply Board and High Voltage/Sensor Board .............................................. Cassette Guide L Assy .............................................................................................. Cassette Guide R Assy .............................................................................................

15 15 17 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

3. ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................ 45 3.1 Maintenance Modes and Functions ................................................................ 45


3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.2.1 User Maintenance Mode (Administrator Menu) ......................................................... 45 System Maintenance Mode (System Maintenance Menu) ........................................ 46 EEPROM Initial Setting Range for Events ................................................................. 48 Uploading/Downloading EEPROM data .................................................................... 49

3.2 Adjustment When Replacing a Part ................................................................ 49

4. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE .............................................................................. 50 4.1 Periodical Replacement Parts ........................................................................ 50 4/

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4.2 Cleaning.......................................................................................................... 50
4.2.1 4.2.2 Cleaning of LED Lens Array ...................................................................................... 50 Cleaning Page Function ............................................................................................ 51

5. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES ................................................................. 5.1 Troubleshooting Tips ...................................................................................... 5.2 Points to Check before Correcting Image Problems....................................... 5.3 Tips for Correcting Image Problems ............................................................... 5.4 Preparation for Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 5.5 Troubleshooting Flow .....................................................................................
5.5.1 5.5.2 5.5.3

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LCD Status Message/Problem List ............................................................................ 53 LCD Message Troubleshooting ................................................................................. 59 Image Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 67

6. WIRING DIAGRAM ................................................................................................ 6.1 Interconnect Signal Diagram .......................................................................... 6.2 PCB Layout and Connector Signal List .......................................................... 6.3 Resistance Check ...........................................................................................

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APPENDIX A RS-232C SERIAL INTERFACE (OPTION) ......................................... 91 APPENDIX B CENTRONICS PARALLEL INTERFACE ............................................ 96 APPENDIX C UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS (USB) ..................................................... 105 APPENDIX D LOOP TEST (RS-232C INTERFACE) ............................................... 111 APPENDIX E DIAGNOSTICS TEST ........................................................................ 112

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APPENDIX G HIGH CAPACITY SECOND PAPER FEEDER ................................. 138 1. OUTLINE ...................................................................................................... 138 2. 3.
1.1 1.2 2.1 2.2 3.1 3.2 3.3

MECHANISM DESCRIPTION ...................................................................... 139 PARTS REPLACEMENT .............................................................................. 140


Precautions Concerning Parts Replacement .......................................................... Parts Layout ............................................................................................................ Parts Replacement Methods ................................................................................... 3.3.1 Stepping Motor (Hopping) ......................................................................... 3.3.2 TQSB-2 PCB ............................................................................................. 3.3.3 Hopping Roller Shaft Assy and One-way Clutch Gear .............................. Precautions Prior to the Troubleshooting ................................................................ Preparations for the Troubleshooting ...................................................................... Troubleshooting Method .......................................................................................... 4.3.1 LCD Status Message List .......................................................................... 140 141 142 143 145 145 General Mechanism ................................................................................................ 139 Hopper Mechanism ................................................................................................. 139

Functions ................................................................................................................. 138 External View and Component Names ................................................................... 138

4.

TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................. 146
4.1 4.2 4.3 146 146 147 147

5. 6.

CONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................ 149


5.1 5.2

PARTS LIST ................................................................................................. 150

Interconnection Diagram ......................................................................................... 149 PCB Layout ............................................................................................................. 149

APPENDIX H NETWORK INTERFACE (OPTION) .................................................. 156

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1. 1.1

CONFIGURATION System Configuration


B4350 consists of control and engine blocks in the standard configuration, as shown in Figure 1-1. In addition, the options marked with asterisk(*) are available.
LCD : 1 LED : 1 SW : 8

Operator Panel

Paper Cassette

Drum Motor
Registration Motor Hopping Motor

Paper Feeding Mechanism (First Tray Unit) Face Down Stacker

LED Head ID Unit Electrophotogarphic Processing Unit

Fuser Unit Halogen-Lamp

Power Supply Board High Voltage / Sensor Board FAN

AC INPUT

* High Capacity Second Paper Feeder * Multi Purpose Feeder IEEE1284 USB * ROM DIMM

Main Control Board

* RAM DIMM

Network

Network Board OR

RS232C

RS232C Board

* : Optional

Figure 1-1

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1.2

Printer Configuration
The printer unit consists of the following hardware components: Electrophotographic Processor Paper Feeder Controller Operator Panel Power Supply Unit

The printer unit configuration is shown in Figure 1-2.

Upper cover

Operator panel assy Toner-cartridge(Type 9) (consumable)

Stacker assy

Image drum unit(Type 9) (consumable)

Optional board

Power supply Main control board High Voltage / Sensor board

Legal/universal paper cassette

Figure 1-2

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1.3

Optional Configuration
The options shown below are available for use with B4350. These are available separately from the printer unit. (1) High Capacity Second Paper Feeder

(3) RS-232C Serial Interface Board

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(5) SDRAM DIMM

(i) 16MB

(ii) 32MB

(iii) 64MB

(iv) 128MB

(v) 256MB

(6) Flash DIMM

(i) 1MB

(ii) 8MB

(iii) 16MB

(7) Postscript 3 Emulation DIMM

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1.4

Specification
(1) Type (2) External dimensions Desktop Height 8.5 Width 14.0 Depth 15.7 Approx. 9 kg Dry electrophotography LED stationary head <Type> Standard paper Xerox 4200 (20 lbs) Application paper (manual face-up feed) Label Envelope OHP paper (transparency) <Size> Standard sizes Letter Legal* [* Without Multi Purpose Feeder (Option)] Legal-13* Executive COM-9 ** COM-10** [** manual feed and Multi Purpose Feeder Monarch** (option) only] DL** C5** A4 A5 B5 (JIS) A6 Applicable sizes Width : 3.5 to 8.5 (90 to 216 mm) Length : 5.8 to 14 (148 to 355.6 mm) <Thickness> Automatic feed : 16 to 28 lbs (60 to 105 g/m2) Manual feed : Label, OHP paper (transparency) Envelope (24 to 28 lbs) (6) Printing speed Continuous printing : 23 pages per minute with Letter size paper. 22 pages per minute with A4 size paper. [Except, Multi purpose Feeder (14ppm) with Letter size paper] Warm-up time : 35 seconds typical at room temperature [68 F (20 C), AC 120/230 V]. First page print time : 6.0 seconds typical for the Letter size paper (6.2 seconds for the A4 size) after warm-up. Automatic feed or manual feed Face down/face up 600 600 dots/inch 600 1200 dots/inch (215 mm) (355 mm) (400 mm)

(3) Weight (4) Developing method Exposing method (5) Paper used

(7) Paper feeding method (8) Paper delivery method (9) Resolution

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL (10) Power input (11) Power consumption 110~127 VAC 10% 220~240 VAC 10% Peak Typical operation Idle Power save mode (Without option) Power save mode (With full option) : : : : : 120VAC Approx. 700W Approx. 360W Approx. 68W Approx. 9W Approx. 13W 230VAC Approx. 700W Approx. 360W Approx. 66W Approx. 10W Approx. 14W

(12) Temperature and humidity


In operation Power off mode During Storage Temperature Humidity Maximum wet bulb temperature Minimum diference between wet and dry bulb temperatures 50-90 (10-32) 20-80 77 (25) 35.6 (2) 32-110 (0-43) 10-90 80.4 (26.8) 35.6 (2) 14-110 (10-43) 10-90 Unit F (C) %RH F (C) F (C)

1. 2.

Storage conditions specified above apply to printers in packed condition. Temperature and humidity must be in the range where no condensation occurs.

Temperature (C) 32 28 Operation range

10 20 80 Humidity (%)

(13) Noise

During operation Standby Quiet mode Toner cartridge kit Image drum cartridge

: 53 dB (A) or less : 38 dB (A) or less : Back ground level 2,500 (5% duty) 6,000 (Optional 6K Toner 5% duty) 25,000 (at continuouts printing) 17,000 (3 page/job) without Power Save 11,000 (1 page/job) without Power Save 7,000 (1 page/job) with Power Save (Minimum)

(14) Consumables

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1.5
1.5.1

Safety Standards
Certification Label The safety certification label is affixed to the printer in the position described below. ODA AC : 120V model

Serial No. Made In China

1.5.2

Warning Label The warning labels are affixed to the sections which may cause bodily injury. Follow the instructions on warning labels during maintenance.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 1.5.3 Warning/Caution Marking The following warning and caution markings are made on the power supply/sensor board.

CAUTION

ENGLISH Heatsink and transformer core present risk of electric shock. Test before touching.

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2.

PARTS REPLACEMENT
The section explains the procedures for replacement of parts, assemblies, and units in the field. Only the disassembly procedures are explained here. For reassembly, reverse the disassembly procedure.

2.1

Precautions for Parts Replacement


(1) Before starting to replace parts, remove the AC cord and interface cable. (a) Remove the AC cord in the following sequence: i) ii) iii) (b) Turn off (o) the power switch of the printer Disconnect the AC inlet plug of the AC cord from the AC receptacle. Disconnect the AC cord and interface cable from the printer.

Reconnect the printer in the following procedure. i) ii) iii) Connect the AC cord and interface cable to the printer. Connect the AC inlet plug to the AC receptacle. Turn on (l) the power switch of the printer.

Disconnect OFF

ON

Reconnect

(2) Do not disassemble the printer as long as it is operating normally. (3) Do not remove parts which do not have to be touched; try to keep the disassembly to a minimum. (4) Use specified service tools. (5) When disassembling, follow the laid out sequences. Parts may be damaged if these sequences are not followed. (6) Since screws, collars and other small parts are likely to be lost, they should temporarily be attached to the original positions during disassembly. (7) When handling ICs such as microprocessors, ROMs and RAMs, or circuit boards, do not wear gloves that are likely to generate static electricity. (8) Do not place printed circuit boards directly on the equipment or floor.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL [Service Tools] The tools required for field replacement of printed circuit boards, assemblies and units are listed in Table 2-1. Table 2-1 Service Tools

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Service Tools No. 1-100 Philips screwdriver No. 2-100 Philips screwdriver No. 3-100 screwdriver No. 5-200 screwdriver Digital multimeter Pliers Handy cleaner LED Head cleaner

Q ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Application 2~2.5 mm screws 3~5 mm screws

Remarks

Cleans LED head

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2.2

Parts Layout
This section explains the layout of main components of the equipment. [Lower base unit]
Stacker cover assy

Eject roller assy Pulse motor (main/drum) Pulse motor (registration)

Back-up roller

View A
Registration Transfer roller roller Assy

Diselectrification bar

Pulse motor (hopping)

Lower base unit

Manual feed guide assy

Toner cartridge (Type 9) (consumable) Stacker cover assy Hopping roller shaft Hopping roller rubber LED head

Image drum unit (Type 9) (consumable)

View A

Figure 2-1
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Upper cover

Figure 2-2

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[Base unit]

Operator panel assy

Face up stacker assy

Power supply/sensor board (Low voltage) High voltage / sensor board DC fan assy Network Interface board

Main control board

Cassette guide (L) Assy Cassette guide (R) Assy Paper cassette

Figure 2-3

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2.3

How to Change Parts


This section explains how to change parts and assemblies listed in the disassembly diagram below. In the parts replacement procedure, those parts marked with the part number inside q with white letters are RSPL parts.

Printer unit

Upper cover assy (2.3.1) LED head (2.3.2) Transfer roller (2.3.14)

Operator panel assy (2.3.3) Manual feed guide assy (2.3.19)

Face up stacker assy (2.3.8) Lower base unit (2.3.4) Pulse motor (main/drum) (2.3.5) Pulse motor (registration) (2.3.6) Pulse motor (hopping) (2.3.7)

Hopping roller shaft assy (2.3.11) Stacker cover assy (2.3.12) Registration roller (2.3.13) Fusing unit (2.3.15) Back up roller (2.3.16)

Eject roller assy (2.3.9) Motor assy (2.3.10) Sensor plate (inlet) (2.3.17) Sensor plate (outlet), sensor wire assy (2.3.18) Sensor plate (paper supply) (2.3.20) GRV-2 PCB (2.3.21) To 2 To 1

Power supply board, high voltage / sensor board (2.3.22)

Cassette guide (L) (2.3.23) Cassette guide (R) (2.3.24)

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.1 Upper Cover Assy (1) With the power switch turned off, unplug the AC power cord from the outlet. (2) Disconnect the interface cable 1. (3) Press the button 2 on right side of the Upper cover and open the stacker cover assy 3. (4) Take out the image drum unit 4. (5) Remove one screw 5, and remove the I/F cover 6 from the back side of the printer. (6) Open the manual feed guide assy 7. Unlock the latches at two locations on the front side. Lift the front side of the upper cover 8 up and unlock the latches at two locations on the back side. Lift and remove the upper cover assy 8.

Note : When removing or reinstalling the upper cover, be careful not to get the motor cables tangled or caught.

5
6 8
LATCH

LATCH

1
4 3

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.2 LED Head (1) Press the button on right side of the upper cover and open the stacker cover assy 1. (2) Open the hook section on the left side of the head holder and remove the LED head 2. (3) Remove the head cable 3 from the head connector.

Note:

Be sure not to touch directly or push on the SLA part of the LED head.

SLA (Seltoc Lens Array)

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.3 Operator Panel Assy (1) Unlock two latches on the upper cover from the rear side, lift the operator panel assy 1 from the back and remove it. (2) Remove the Sumi card (operator panel) 2 from the connector (CN1) 3.

Note :

You can remove the operator panel assy while the upper cover installed on the unit. However, it is much easier to remove the panel assy after removal of upper cover.

Rear view

2
Unlock two latches with a tip of screw driver. For the purpose, insert a driver through faceup paper outlet as shown.

1 3

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.4 Lower Base Unit (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.7). (4) Remove the transfer roller assy (see 2.3.14). (5) Remove the connecting cables 1, 2 and 3 of the pulse motors from the connectors (DM, RM, HM) of the GRV-2 PCB 1. (6) Remove the LED head cables 4 from the connector (HEAD). (7) Remove the Thermistor cable 5 from the connector (THERM). (8) Remove the connecting cable 8 of the heater from the connector (CN2). (9) Open the manual feed guide assy, remove seven screws 7, then remove the lower base unit 6.

7 6

7 8 1 5 4 2 3 1

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.5 Pulse Motor (Main/Drum) (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (3) Remove two screws 1 and remove the pulse motor (main/drum) 2 from the motor bracket 3.

View A

View A

3 2

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.6 Pulse Motor (Registration) (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (3) Remove two screws 1 and remove the pulse motor (registration) 2 from the motor bracket 3.

View A

View A

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.7 Pulse Motor (Hopping) (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (3) Remove two screws 1 and remove the pulse motor (hopping) 2 from the motor bracket 3.

View A

View A

1 2

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.8 Face Up Stacker Assy (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove three screws 1 and remove both the shield plate 2 and face up stacker 3 together. (4) Unlock the latches at two locations, and remove the face up stacker 3.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.9 Eject Roller Assy (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the stacker cover assy (see 2.3.12). (5) Disengage the eject roller assy 1 from the lower base 2 by pressing the latch section of the eject roller assy 1 in the direction of the arrow shown below, and remove the eject roller assy 1.

2
LATCH

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.10 Motor Assy (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (5) Stand the lower base unit on its side as shown, and unlock two latches, then remove the motor assy 1. (6) Remove screw 2 and remove the bracket-Motor-Sub 3 from the Motor bracket.

3 1

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.11 Hopping Roller Shaft Assy (1) Remove the upper cover (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (5) Remove the motor assy (see 2.3.10). (6) With the lower base unit 1 standing on its side, remove the one-way clutch gear 2 and the bearing (A) 3. (7) Remove the hopping roller shaft assy 4 (the bearing (B) 5 comes off, so be careful not to lose it).

2 3 1

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.12 Stacker Cover Assy (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the motor assy (see 2.3.10). (5) Remove the reset lever R 1. (6) Remove one screw, detach the reset spring 2 from the lower base unit 3, turn the reset lever L 4 in the direction of arrow A until it stops, and remove it in the direction of arrow B. (7) Unlock two latches of the lower base unit 3, then remove the stacker cover assy 5.

Note :

When reinstalling the reset lever L 4, fit it onto the guide of the lower base unit 3, turn it in the direction of arrow C while pressing down the shaft of back up roller, and engage the reset lever L 4.

4 1

2
B

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.13 Registration Roller (1) Remove the upper cover (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (5) Remove the motor assy (see 2.3.10). (6) Unlock the latch at the left side of the paper guide (R) 1 and remove the paper guide (R) 1. (7) With the lower base unit standing on its side, remove the one-way clutch gear 2 and the bearing 3. (8) Remove the Registration Gear by unloking the latch of the Gear 4. (9) Remove the Registration Bearing L 5. (10) Press the registration roller 6 in the direction of arrow A and lift up the left side of it, then remove the registration roller Assy 7. (11) Pull out the registration roller Assy 7 in the direction of arrow B. (12) Remove the pressure roller Assy gear 8 by unloking the latch of the gear 8. (13) Remove the bearing-Registration L 9 and bearing Registration R 0. (14) Remove the Spring A from the bearing 9, 0.

A 2 3

7 A 8 9 1
View A

5 4
B A

View A

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.14 Roller Transfer Assy (1) With the power switch turned off, unplug the AC cord from the outlet. (2) Open the stacker cover. (3) Remove the spacer 1. (4) Release the roller transfer assy 2 by unlocking two latches of the bearing TR (never apply excessive force when unlocking the latch) and slide the roller transfer assy left to remove the gear from the bracket. (5) Lift the right side of the roller transfer assy 2, and shift it to the right side, then pull it out from the main unit (at this time, the bearings 3 of the left side and holder-TR 4 of the right side of the roller transfer assy 2 will also come off).

Latches

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.15 Fusing Unit (1) Remove the upper cover (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (5) Remove the stacker cover assy (see 2.3.12). (6) Remove the connecting cable 1 of the heater and connecting cable 2 of the thermistor from the hooks of the lower base. (7) Remove four screws 3, lift and remove the fusing unit 4. Caution: Fusing unit may be hot. Use care when handling.

Notes : 1.

When reinstalling or removing the fusing unit, tighten or loosen the screws while holding the fusing unit assy 4 down with your hand (it is being pushed up by back up roller). When reinstalling the screws 3, be sure to direct the screws into preexisting thread and avoid damaging the threads. Do not apply excessive torque when tightening the screws 3.

2.

3.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.16 Back-up Roller (1) Remove the fusing unit assy (see 2.3.15). (2) Lift the left side of the back-up roller 1, and pull it out to the left side (at this time, two bearing Holders (back-up) 2 and the bias springs (back-up) 3and the two ball-bearings 4, washer C 5 will also come off).

1 3 2 4

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.17 Sensor Plate (Inlet) (1) Remove the upper cover (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (5) Unlock the latch at the left side of the paper guide (R) 1 and remove the paper guide (R) 1. (6) Press the clamps of three sensor plates (inlet and paper) 2, and remove them by pressing them upward from the bottom. When removing the sensor plates, take care not to lose the springs.

2 1

Spring sensor write

2 2
Sensor plate (paper) Spring sensor IN

Sensor plate (inlet) Spring sensor IN

2
Sensor plate (inlet)

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.18 Sensor Plate (Outlet), Sensor Wire Assy (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the eject roller assy (see 2.3.9). (4) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (5) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (6) Remove the fusing unit assy (see 2.3.15). (7) Press the clamps of the sensor plate (outlet) 1, and remove the sensor plate by pushing it up. (8) Turn the clamps of the sensor wire assy 2 remove the sensor wire assy from the lower base unit.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.19 Manual Feed Guide Assy (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Open the manual feed guide assy 1, and release the engagement on both sides with the main unit by carefully bending the manual feed guide assy 1.

Note :

When remounting, verify the proper the engagements as shown in the diagram.

Put the post into the groove.

Put the post into the groove.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.20 Sensor Plate (Paper Supply) (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (5) Press the clamps of the sensor plate (paper supply) 1 to unlock the latch, and remove it from the base plate 2.

View A

1 2
View A

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.21 GRV-2 PCB (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the operator panel assy (see 2.3.3). (3) Remove the face up stacker assy (see 2.3.8). (4) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (5) Remove three screws 1 and two screws 2. (6) Remove the connector FAN, and disconnect the fan motor 3. (7) Remove the three connectors PW_1, PW_2 and HVIF. (8) Remove the GRV-2 PCB 4 and plate earth A 5 and plate earth (Env) 6 .

Note :

When reinstalling the GRV-2 PCB 4 onto the base plate 7, insert the edge of the GRV-2 PCB 4 in two slots of the base plate 7.

1 3 5 6

2 7

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.22 Power Supply Board and High Voltage/Sensor Board (1) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (2) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (3) Remove two screws 1 and the guide plate 2. (4) Remove the AC inlet 3 from the guide plate 2. (5) Remove the screw 4 and remove the grounding (earth) wire 5. (6) Remove the connectors CN2 from power supply board 6 and CN1 from high voltage/sensor board 0. (7) Remove ten screws 7, and remove the power supply board 6 and high voltage/sensor board 0. (8) Remove the Insulation plate 8 from the base plate 9.

Notes : 1. 2. 3.

Be careful about the sensor (paper supply) when reinstalling the lower base. Make sure that no excessive force is applied to the power supply switch. When installing the power supply board onto the base plate, be careful not to bend the base plate (it is desirable to place a block underneath it to prevent bending).

7 3

0 7

4 1 5 9 1 8

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.23 Cassette Guide L Assy (1) Remove the paper cassette. (2) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (3) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (4) Remove two screws 1, and remove the beam plates 2. (5) Remove the cassette guide L Assy 3 by shifting it in the direction of the arrow as shown below. (6) Remove the earth plate 4.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2.3.24 Cassette Guide R Assy (1) Remove the paper cassette. (2) Remove the upper cover assy (see 2.3.1). (3) Remove the lower base unit (see 2.3.4). (4) Remove two screws 1, and remove the beam plates 2. (5) Remove the cassette guide R Assy 3 by shifting it in the direction of arrow. (6) Remove the earth plate 4 and the cassette lock spring 5.

1 2 1

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3.

ADJUSTMENT
This chapter provides explanations concerning the adjustment necessary when replacing a part. The adjustment is made by changing the parameter value set in EEPROM on the main control board. The parameter can be set by the key operation from the operator panel. This printer has three kinds of maintenance modes, and it is necessary to select one of the modes when replacing any parts.

3.1
3.1.1

Maintenance Modes and Functions


User Maintenance Mode (Administrator Menu) In order to enter Admin MENU, turn the printer on while holding down the ITEM+/ITEM- switch. Function There are seventeen functions as follows:
Category OP MENU Item ALL Value ENABLE DISABLE Functions Sets All Category Enable/Disable of User Menu. Set to Disable, User Menu is not shown. Subsequent Items are not displayed if the Categories are disabled. Panel Lock is available when this MENU is set to DISABLE. Sets Category INFORMATION MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category INFORMATION MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category PRINT MENU Enable/Disable. Sets to Disable, Category PRINT MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category MEDIA MENU Enable/Disable. Sets to Disable, Category MEDIA MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category SYSTEM CONFIG MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category SYSTEM CONFIG MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category PCL EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, PCL EMULATION MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category PPR EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, PPR EMULATION MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category FX EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, FX EMULATION MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category ESC/P EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, ESC/P EMULATION MENU of User Menu is not displayed. (Displayed only for Domestic market) Sets Category PARALLEL MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category PARALLEL MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category RS232C MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category RS232C MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Displayed only if RS232C is intalled. Sets Category USB MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category USB MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category NETWORK MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category NETWORK MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Displayed only if a NIC is installed.

INFO.

ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE

PRINT

MEDIA

SYS CONF

PCL MENU

PPR MENU

FX MENU

ESC/P

PARALLEL

RS232C

USB

NETWORK

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Category OP MENU Item MEMORY Value ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE Functions Sets Category MEMORY MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category MEMORY MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category SYSTEM ADJUST MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category SYSTEM ADJUST MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category MAINTENANCE MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category MAINTENANCE MENU of User Menu is not displayed. Sets Category USAGE MENU Enable/Disable. Set to Disable, Category USAGE MENU of User Menu is not displayed.

ADJUST

MAINTE

USAGE

Detailed descriptions of these functions are provided in Appendix E, DIAGNOSTICS TEST. 3.1.2 System Maintenance Mode (System Maintenance Menu)

Note:

This mode is used only by maintenance personnel and it should not be released to the endusers.

The printer enters System Maintenance Menu when the power supply switch is turned ON while the Menu/Item+/Value-/Cancel switches are held down. Function There are functions as follows:
Category OKIUSER Item OKIUSER Value ODA OEL APS JP1 JPOEM1 JPOEM2 OEMA OEML EXECUTE RESET TYPE1 TYPE2 Functions Sets brands; JPOEM1:Japanese OEM(1) JPOEM2:Japanese OEM(2) OEMA:Overseas OEM for A4 default OEML:Overseas OEM for Letter default Selecting brand will automatically prompt reboot.

MAINTE MENU

FL FORMAT EEPROM

Initializes Flash ROM forcedly. Every Flash ROM installed is subject to initialization. Initializes EEPROM. Special items, such as MAC Address, are not initialized. Sets Russian/Greek and view/not view. TYPE1: Not view Russian/Greek. TYPE2: View Russian/Greek. Use a panel that supports Russian/Greek to view Russian/Greek. Selecting by the Select switch, then pressing the On-line switch will prompt initialization and printing Engine information. Sets printing or not printing the total page count in PRINT MENU MAP.

CONFIG MENU

CODESET

ENG STAT PAGE PRT

ENG STAT PAGE PRT

PRINT ENABLE DISABLE

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Category EMULATE Item PCL IBM PPR EPSONFX PS3 EMU ESC/P PCL XL LOOPTEST RS232C Value ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE EXECUTE Displayed only if an RS232C is installed. Loop Test runs Serial I/F function test without connecting the host PC. The printer alone sends/receives 00FFH data. Loop Test requires attachment of a Loop connector (pin2: TD and pin3: RD are shorted) prior to execution. A Loop count is displayed real-time on LCD, and if an error occurs, an error message will be displayed. This mode can be ended only by turning the power off. Following this operation, the power is shut down; thus, the printer cannot go back in Operation Mode or other Maintenance Mode. PRINTING Rolling ASCII Continuous Print Continuously prints Rolling ASCII patterns for various types continuos testing on the maker side. (Noise test, engine test). This mode can be ended by pressing the ONLINE SW.Following this operation, the power turns off, thus, the printer cannot return to either operation mode or any of other maintenance modes. Set the dot shift for the horizontal direction when printing from Tray 1. This area will not be initialized by the EEPROM reset operation. Functions Changes the default PDL for each brand. PDLs that are disabled in this menu will not be displayed at EMULATE of User Menu or OP MENU of Admin Menu. (No specific to PCL XL is provided; thus, when DISABLE is set, there is not visual change.) When print data in the PDL language set to DISABLE is received, the printer will desplay INVALID DATA and discard received data. PS3 EMU will be displayed only when PSE is installed. For PN272/83, PCL cannot be set to DISABLE. (ENABLE must be set to make it always usable. Even if set to DISABLE, received data will be processed.)

COMT PRT

CONT PRT

EXECUTE

DOTSHIFT

TRAY1

-4.0mm

-0.5mm 0mm +0.5mm

+3.5mm TRAY2 -4.0mm

-0.5mm 0mm +0.5mm

Set the dot shift for the horizontal direction when printing from Tray 2. This item is displayed even when Tray 2 is not set. This area will not be initialized by the EEPROM reset operation. (At first, it is initialized by default.)

+3.5mm MPF -4.0mm

-0.5mm 0mm +0.5mm

Set the dot shift for the horizontal direction when printing from MPF. This item is displayed even when MPF is not set. This area will not be initialized by the EEPROM reset operation. (At first, it is initialized by default.)

+3.5mm MANUAL -4.0mm

-0.5mm 0mm +0.5mm

Set the dot shift for the horizontal direction when printing from the manual slot. This area will not be initialized by the EEPROM reset operation. (At first, it is initialized by default.)

+3.5mm NETWORK ENG DIAG Details depend on NETWORK. Enters Engine Maintenance Menu.

Detailed descriptions of these functions are provided in Appendix E, DIAGNOSTICS TEST.


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No Events 1 User Maintenance Menu EEPROM RESET Operation F/W Revision check error at the time of a power on. CU EEPROM area mapping Revision check error at the time of a power on. Brands area check error at the time of a power on.(*1) Engine Maintenance Menu ENGINE RESET Operation PU EEPROM area mapping check error at the time of a power on.

Factory Default Area

User Menu Area O

CU EEPROM Area Administrator Menu / System Maintenance Menu Area(*3) Brands Area

PU EEPROM Area Engine Maintenance Menu Area F/W Revision Area


Drum Page Toner Dot Counter Counter Counter


O (*2)

O (*3)

(*1) The model (forcing) which operated before is for operating as another model (forcing), and a Brands check is recognized as an error and resets change of the Brands point by the PJL command, operation at the time of the power supply injection by new EEPROM, etc. (*2) It restricts to the time when whose page counter is 500 or less sheets, and is reset by 0. (ENGINE RESET by the PJL command is not this limitation.) (*3) Although a DOT SHIFT setting menu exists in a system maintenance menu, since setting value preservation area is arranged at PU EEPROM AREA, even when the system maintenance menu item is initialized, a DOT SHIFT setup is not initialized. On the contrary, when PU EEPROM AREA is initialized, a DOT SHIFT setup is also initialized.

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3.2

Adjustment When Replacing a Part


Adjustment is necessary when replacing any of the following parts.

Part Replaced Image Drum Cartridge Main Control Board

Adjustment Reset the image drum counter (refer to User's manual). EEPROM data Upload / Download

3.2.1

Uploading/Downloading EEPROM data When the controller printed circuit board is replaced, the contents of the old EEPROM shall be copied to the new EEPROM on the new board to preserve customer settings. For the purpose, use the Maintenance Utility. A operation method of Maintenance Utility, please refer to Maintenance Utility Operating Specifications. The maintenance utility is designed to be used only by field engineer and it should not be released to the end-users.

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4. 4.1

PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE Periodical Replacement Parts


The parts are to be replaced periodically as specified below:
Part name Condition for replacement Cleaning LED head LED head Remarks Consumables Consumables Consumables

Toner cartridge 2.5K About 2,500 sheets of paper have been printed. (Type 9) Toner cartridge 6K About 6,000 sheets of paper have been printed. (Type 9) Image drum cartridge About 25,000 sheets of paper have been printed. (Type 9) See 1.4. (14)

4.2

Cleaning
Remove any toner or dust accumulated inside the printer. Clean in and around the printer with a piece of cloth when necessary. Use the handy cleaner (service tool) to clean inside the printer.

Note: Do not touch the image drum, LED lens array, or LED head connector block.
4.2.1 Cleaning of LED Lens Array Clean the LED lens array or replace the toner cartridge when white lines or stripes (void, light printing) are generated vertically down the page, as shown below.

Note: The LED lens array must be cleaned with an LED head cleaner included in the replacement toner kit.

White lines or stripes (void, light printing)

(1) Set the LED head cleaner to the LED lens array as shown in the figure, then slide the cleaner back and forth horizontally several times to clean the head.

Note: Gently press the LED head cleaner onto the LED lens array.

LED head clean pad LED lens array

(2) Throw the cleaner pad away.


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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 4.2.2 Cleaning Page Function There is a charge roller cleaning function with this printer, which can be executed by the user. (1) 1 Press the MENU key several times, and the LCD displays "MAINTE MENU". 2 Press the ITEM key, and the LCD displays "CLEANING PRINT". 3 Press the SELECT key. The printer enters the cleaning mode. (2) The LCD displays "MANUAL" on the upper line, and on the lower line, "LETTER REQUEST" is displayed, scrolling one character width at a time from right to left "LETTER" on the lower line may instead be "A4" depending on the printer designation. When the above messages appear on the LCD, the user can verify that the printer has entered the cleaning mode and that it is requesting insertion of a letter (or A4) size paper into the manual feederslot. (3) Insert a sheet of paper into the manual feeder slot. (4) Toner attached to the image drum is transferred onto the inserted sheet, and the sheet is ejected with the toner residues printed. While this process is going on, the LCD displays "PRINT CLEANING" message. (5) The printer returns to "MAINTE MENU". The LCD displays "CLEANING PRINT".

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5. 5.1

TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES Troubleshooting Tips


(1) Check the troubleshooting section in the Printer Handbook. (2) Gather as much information about the situation as possible. (3) Inspect the equipment under the conditions close to those in which the problem had occurred.

5.2

Points to Check before Correcting Image Problems


(1) Is the printer being run in proper ambient conditions? (2) Are supplies (toner) and routine replacement part (image drum cartridge) being replaced properly? (3) Is the printing paper normal (acceptable quality)? (4) Is the image drum cartridge being loaded properly?

5.3

Tips for Correcting Image Problems


(1) Do not touch, or bring foreign matter into contact with the surface of the image drum. (2) Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight. (3) Keep hands off the fuser unit as it heats up during operation. (4) Do not expose the image drum to light for longer than 5 minutes at room temperature.

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5.4

Preparation for Troubleshooting


(1) Operator panel display The failure status of the printer is displayed by the liquid crystal display (LCD) of the operator panel. Take proper corrective action as directed by messages which are being displayed on the LCD. For ODA/OEL/AOS

Status message display Ready LED display : : Off On : : Blinking Undefined

5.5

Troubleshooting Flow
Should there be a problem with the printer, carry out troubleshooting according to the following procedure flow: Problems

Problems indicated by LCD message

Troubleshoot from the LCD status message list. See Section 5.5.1.

Carry out a detailed troubleshooting with the troubleshooting chart. See Section 5.5.2.

Image problems (and problems which are not indicated by LCD message)

Carry out a troubleshooting with the troubleshooting chart. See Section 5.5.3.

5.5.1

LCD Status Message/Problem List (ERROR CODES) The status and problems which may be displayed by messages on the LCD are listed in Table 5-1.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL The following are the meaning of the symbols in the LCD display. TRAY2 is indicated only when the second tray is set, and MPF is displayed only when the multipurpose feeder is set. xxxx: Emulation (AUTO, PCL, PSE, PPR, FX) tttt: Trays (TRAY1, TRAY2, MPF, MANUAL) mmmm: Paper Size (LETTER, A4 SIZE, ..., B5 SIZE, A6 SIZE) pppp: Media type (Plain, Transparency, ...) cccc: COVER (UPPER, TRAY2) The following are indicated in the contents section of the displayed table. (Job Account-related): Displayed only when the Job Account function is valid. (PSE-related): Displayed only when PSE is set. (PSE stands for Postscript3 Emulation. Only when PSE is set.) (TRAY2-related): Displayed only when TRAY2 is set. (RS232C-related): Displayed only when an RS232C card is set. (NIC items): Displayed only when an NIC card is set. Table 5-1 (1/5)
Status level

LCD ON-LINE xxxx OFF-LINE xxxx FILE ACCESS ARRIVE xxxx ACTIVE xxxx DATA xxxx PRINTING s skkk/lll

LED Light No Light Varies Varies Blink Varies Varies Varies Shows on-line status. Shows off-line status.

Descroption

Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal

Accessing to an accounting file. (Job Account-related) Data receiving, process not started yet. Displayed mainly during PJL process without text print data or during job spooling. Data receiving output processing Un-printed data remains in Buffer. Waiting for data to follow. Printer is printing. Printing a copy. kkk indicates the number of sheet being printed. lll indicates the total number of sheets that have been printed. The display for normal printing is applied when the number of copies is one sheet. This item is displayed combined with a different message in the first line. Job cancellation has been instructed. Data is being ignored till the end of the job. Indicates a status of discarding data until the end of a job after a job is cancelled when a jam is generated upon turning jam recovery OFF. MSG blinks only on the top LCD line. Cancelled as permission for printing has not been received. (Job Account-related) 1. MSG blinks only on the top LCD line when a job is received from a user who has not received permission for printing. Indicates that a job has been cancelled as the area storing logs inside the printer has been drained and furthermore, a cancel job instruction appears when logs are full. (Job Account-related) MSG blinks only on the top LCD line. Indicates that the printer is now warming up. This item is displayed combined with a different message in the first line. A printer is in power save mode. Displayed combined with other messages in the first line. Toner amount is low. Displayed combined with other messages in the first line. Normal operation is possible. Not displayed, when a drum counter is in 200 or less state or a "CHG DRUM" state. In the case of LOW TNR of a menu is "STOP", TONER LOW is usually detected from a state, LED is blinked, and it once becomes OFF-LINE. It will be in an ON-LINE state by cover opening and closing under push ON-LINE SW. If blink will be in an ON-LINE state, it will usually return to a state.

Normal Normal

FLUSHING FLUSHING (JAM) FLUSHING (DENIED)

Blink Blink

Normal

Blink

Warning

FLUSHING (LOG)

Blink

Normal Normal Warning

s WARM UP s PWR SAVE s TONERLOW

Varies Varies Varies or Blink

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Status level

LCD s TONEREMP

LED Varies

Descroption Toner near empty. (This state occurs after printing 100 sheets from TONERLOW.) Displayed combined with other messages in the first line. Not displayed when CHG DRUM for drum life is displayed, however. Possible to cancel print job or continue normal operation. Something is wrong with the toner sensor. Displayed combined with other messages in the first line when the engine is set to Shipping mode. Normal operation is possible. Error, explained later, is displayed when the engine is set to Factory mode.(ERR 163) Drum cartridge life (Warning). Displayed combined with other messages of the first line. TONER EMP ERROR status code is set to 10969 in the state of warning which has restored temporarily CHG DRUM ERROR (40996) when the drum life has occurred at the same time by cover open/close presses "ON-LINE" switch. A status code is set to 10060 in the state of CHG DRUM independent warning. Demo page printing. Fonts sample printing. Menu map printing. File list printing. Cleaning page printing. Received invalid data. Prompts the user to press ON-LINE switch to clear Warning display. Displayed when the printer receives an unsupported PDL command. Interpreter detects an error due to following reasons. Data received after this is ignored till the end of the job. When the job is received completely, this is automatically cleared. - The job has a grammatical error. - The page is complicated, and VM was used up. Tray tttt has run out of paper. Handled as Warning until the user designates the tray that has run out of paper. * Scroll display Second Tray Cover Open * Scroll display Flash Full has occurred. This is a transient warning. Displayed until the job is completed, then, cleared. * Scroll display An attempt to write in a write-protected file was made. Because this is a transient warning, it is displayed until the job is completed. then, cleared. * Scroll display Notifies a user that the job has been cancelled as permission for printing has not been received. (Job Account-related) This is displayed until the ON LINE key is pressed. * Scroll display. Notifies a user that the job has been cancelled as the log buffer is full. (Job Account-related) This is displayed until the ON LINE key is pressed. * Scroll display. A FLASH error other than No.26 and No.27 has occurred. Operation that does not use FLASH is possible. * Scroll display Manual print request. Prompts the user to set paper indicated by mmmm manually. * Scroll display

Warning

Warning

s TONERSNS

Varies

Warning

s CHG DRUM

Varies

Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Warning Warning

PRINT DEMO PRINT FONTS PRINT MENU MAP PRINT FILELIST PRINT CLEANING INVALID DATA s ERR PSE

Varies or Blink Varies or Blink Varies or Blink Varies or Blink Varies or Blink Varies

Blink

Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Error

s tttt EMPTY s TRAY2 COVER OPEN

Varies Varies

s Varies FILE SYSTEM IS FULL s FILE IS WRITE PROTECTED s INVALD ID.JOB REJECTED s LOG BUFFER FULL. JOB REJECTED s FILE OPERATION FAILED nnn MANUAL mmmm REQUEST Varies

Varies

Varies

Varies

Light

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Status level

LCD LOAD mmm tttt EMPTY

LED No Light

Descroption Indicates that a print request was sent to the tttt tray that has become empty. A message for setting mmmm paper. TRAY1 TRAY2 MPF * Scroll display. Print request has been made to the 2nd tray route cover open. To continue, close cover. * Scroll display The media type in the tray and the edit media type do not match. TRAY1 TRAY2 MPF * Scroll display The paper size in the tray and the edit size do not match. TRAY1 TRAY2 MPF * Scroll display RS232C Overflow has Occurred. To continue, press ON-LINE switch(RS232C related) RS232C Over Run has Occurred. To continue, press ON-LINE switch(RS232C related) RS232C Parity Error has Occurred. To continue, press ON-LINE switch(RS232C related) RS232C Framing Error has Occurred. To continue, press ON-LINE switch(RS232C related) Initializing (rebooting) a section related to NIC. MSG blinks only on the top LCD line. (NIC-related) Toner Low has passed, and almost no toner is left in the cartridge. For temporary operation, open/close the cover or press ON-LINE switch, to recover the printer operation. But basically you must change the toner cartridge. Displayed after printing 100 sheets after Toner Low was sensed, to prompt the user to change the cartridge. after this, the printer recovers with Cover Open/Close or when user presses ON-LINE switch, then, after printing 30 pages, this message is displayed. Even after this, the printer recovers when the user opens and closes the cover, or he presses the ON LINE switch, but this message is displayed for each sheet ejected. During Change Drum Alarm, however, CHG DRUM /(the lower line spaces), not this message, is displayed, to prompt the operator to replace the drum, and prevent him from replacing the toner. Memory capacity has overflowed due to the following reasons. To continue, press ON-LINE switch. Install expansion RAM or decrease the data amount. - Too much print data in a page. - Too much Macro data. - Too much DLL data. - After frame buffer compression, overflow has occurred. * Scroll display Warns that paper of the inappropriate size has been fed from the tray. Check whether Multi-feed has happened. To continue for Recovery Print, open and close the cover. * Scroll display Paper jam occurred when paper was being fed from tttttt tray. TRAY1 TRAY2 MPF * Scroll display Jam has occurred in the paper path. Paper Feed Transport (Message of 10.5 is displayed) * PN262 does not distinguish jam type or tray. * Only Exit jam is identified. * Scroll display

Error

Error Error

CLOSE COVER TRAY2 COVER OPEN CHANGE PAPER TO mmmm/pppp tttt MEDIA MISMATCH CHANGE PAPER TO mmmm/pppp tttt SIZE MISMATCH RS232C OVERFLOW RS232C OVER RUN RS232C PRY ERR RS232C FRM ERR NETWORK INITIAL TONEREMP CHG CART

No Light No Light

Error

No Light

Error Error Error Error Error Error

No Light No Light No Light No Light Varies No Light

Error

MEMORY OVERFLOW

No Light

Error

OPEN UPPER COVER PAPER SIZE ERROR

No Light

Error

CHECK tttt PAPER JAM

No Light

Error

OPEN UPPER COVER PAPER JAM

No Light

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Status level

LCD OPEN UPPER COVER EXIT JAM CHG DRUM

LED No Light

Descroption Jam occurred when paper was exiting. Open the cover and remove the paper inside the printer. Close the cover to continue for Recovery Print. * Scroll display Notifies the user of the drum life. For temporary operation, open/ close the cover or press ON-LINE switch, to recover the printer operation. But basically you must change the drum. If Change Drum Alarm occurs at Toner Empty display timing, this message is displayed. This prompts the user to replace the drum, and prevent him from replacing the toner. Indicates that the drum is not set properly. The cover is open. UPPER Stacker * Scroll display Downloading via NIC. The download status is indicated in the bottom line. Refer to the Network specifications for details. (NICrelated) Network error has occurred. * Scroll display This message is displayed when the printer is rebooted. The lower display shows the code indicating the reason for the reboot. Reason Codes (X): 0: Factor(s) other than those shown below 1: PJL command reception 2: Operation panel operation 3: PostScript quit operator 4: Specification mode via network Note: The following error names are not displayed: * Scroll display CU ROM Hash Check Error 1 CU Slot1 DIMM RAM Check Error RAM configration error Slot1 RAM Spec error CU EEPROM ERROR CU FLASH ERROR FLASH FILE SYSTEM ERROR FLASH FILE SYSTEM VERSION MISMATCH Operator Panel Error CU FAN ERROR HOST_IF_NO_DRIVER:PCI CANT_HAPPEN Engine communication error H/W overrun detect F/W Overrun detect VIC Limutter VIC decomp write error (reserved: for monochrome product only) VIC illegal decomp error (reserved: for monochrome product only) Engine RAM Error (Reserved) Engine SRAM Error (Reserved) Engine Control Error PU Board Fan Motor Error Power Supply LSI Error (Reserved)

Error

Error

No Light

Error Error -

CHECK IMAGE DRUM DRUM MISSING

No Light

No Light CLOSE COVER UPPER COVER OPEN DL MODE xxxx POWER OFF/ON NETWORK ERROR REBOOT X Varies

Error -

No Light No Light

Fatal 020 030 034 035 040 041 042 043 050 051 063 070 072 073 074 075 076 077 102 103 106 120 121

ERR nnn

No Light

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Status level

LCD ERR nnn

LED No Light Humidity Sensor (Reserved)

Descroption Power Supply Fan Motor Error (Reserved) Temperature Sensor (Reserved) Multi purpose tray home error (Reserved) LED Head Over Temperature LED Head Missing, Color: Black (Reserved) Drum Up/Down, Color: Black (Reserved) Toner Sensor Error, Color: Black Upper Thermistor, State: Short Upper Thermistor, State: Open Upper Heater Temp, State: High Upper Heater Temp, State: Low Fuser Mismatch (Reserved) I/F Error, Loc: Envelop feeder I/F Error, Loc: Tray2 I/F Error,Loc: Control Panel (Reserved) System Memory Overflow PU F/W download check SUM error (Reserved) PU F/W Flash write error (Reserved) PU F/W Flash data missing (Reserved) IMAGE ACK illegal page ID IMAGE SET Trans error (Reserved) No page at DUP IN (Reserved) No page at PPOUT Illegal function call Parameter error EM Null page cargo EM Null page EM No video queue EM Illegal sequence

122 123 124 125 130 134 143 163 170 171 172 173 179 180 182 187 190 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 210 211 212 213 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 Normal Normal Normal

INITIALIZING

No Light

Machine check Exception DSI Exception ISI Exception Alignment Exception Program Exception Floating-point unavailable Exception Instruction address breakpoint Exception Thermal management interrupt Exception Instruction TLB miss Data TLB miss Data TLB store miss Indicates that the controller side is initializing.

EEPROM RESETNG RAM CHK ******** ssssssss ssssssss

No Light No Light No Light

Indicates that EEPROM is initializing. Indicates that the RAM is being checked. * is indicated after each time one-eighth of the total space is checked. Displayed at power ON.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 5.5.2 LCD Message Troubleshooting If the problems cannot be corrected by using the LCD status message/problem list, follow the troubleshooting flowcharts given here to deal with them.

No. 1. 2. Jam alarm Paper input jam Paper feed jam Paper exit jam 3. 4. 5. Paper size error Fusing unit error

Trouble The printer does not work normally after the power is turned on.

Flowchart number 1 2-1 2-2 2-3 3 4 5 6

SSIO (Synchronous Serial Input/Output) error I/F timeout (no response) between the printer and an optional tray (High Capacity Second Paper Feeder, Power Envelope Feeder). Fan error

6.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

The printer does not work normally after the power is turned on.
Turn the power off, then back on. Is all black message being displayed by the LCD display? No Is the AC cord being connected properly? No Connect the AC cord properly.
ssssssss ssssssss

Yes Is +5 V being applied between Pins 3 and 1 of PW_2 connector on the main control board? Pin 1 : 0 V Pin 3 : +5 V No Is the connection between PW_1/PW_2 connector on the main control board and connector CN2 on the power supply board board being made properly? No Yes Correct the connection.

Replace the power supply board.

Yes Is +3.3 V being applied between Pins 5 (GND) and 8 of IC13? Pin 5 :0 V Pin 8 :+3.3 V No Replace the main control board.

Yes Is the flexible cable for the operator panel assy being connected to the LCDPNL connector on the main control board and the connector CN on the OPE board properly? No Connect the flexible cable properly.

Yes Replace the operator panel assy or flexible cable. Has the problem been solved? No Yes End Yes Is No Yes INITIALIZING message being displayed by the LCD display? Replace the main control board.

Replace the main control board. message being displayed by the LCD display?

Is ON-LINE XXX No

XXX: PCL, AUTO, PSE*, HEX DUMP, PPR, FX * PSE means Postscript 3 Emulation. Take actions according to the LCD status message/problem list (see Section 5.5.1 for corrective actions).

Yes

End

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL [JAM error]

2-1

Paper input jam


Does the JAM error occur when the power is turned on? Yes Is the paper at the inlet sensor?

Yes Remove the paper. No No Yes No Is the operation of the inlet sensor plate normal (moves freely when it is touched)? Replace the inlet sensor plate. Clean the inlet sensor on the high voltage/sensor board, or replace the high voltage/ sensor board.

Does the JAM alarm occur after paper feeding? Yes Is the paper fed to the inlet sensor plate?

Yes Is the operation of the input sensor plate normal (moves freely when it is touched)? No Replace the inlet sensor plate.

Yes Clean the inlet sensor on the high voltage/sensor board or replace the high voltage/ sensor board. No No Replace the hopping roller rubber or paper cassette. Is the hopping roller rotating? Yes No Set the paper tray properly.

Is the hopping motor rotating? Yes Replace the one-way clutch gear of the hopping roller assembly.

No No Yes

Is HM connector on the main control board being connected properly? Connect HM connector properly. Is the coil resistance (normal resistance: both between Pins 1 and 2, as well as Pins 3 and 4 are about 10.3 ) of the hopping motor normal? Replace the hopping motor. Replace the main control board.
Heat roller Outlet sensor

Exit roller

No Yes

Transfer roller Paper sensor

Paper feeding direction

Toner Inlet sensor sensor 2

Hopping roller

Paper end sensor Inlet sensor 1

Registration roller

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL [JAM error]

2-2

Paper feed jam


Does the paper feed jam occur when the power is turned on? Yes Is the paper on the paper sensor plate?

Yes Remove the paper. No No Yes No No No Yes No Yes Is the operation of the paper sensor plate normal (moves freely when it is touched)? Replace the paper sensor plate. Replace the high voltage/sensor board.

Has the paper reached the paper sensor plate? Is the hopping roller rotating? Check the hopping roller assembly or tray or hopping motor. Is the image drum cartridge being set properly? Set the image drum cartridge properly.

Has the paper reached the outlet sensor plate? Is the operation of the outlet sensor plate normal (moves freely when it is touched)? Replace the outlet sensor plate. Clean the outlet sensor on the high voltage/sensor board or replace the high voltage/sensor board.

Yes No Yes No No No Yes No Yes Yes 2-2-a

Is the main/drum motor rotating? Is DM connector on the main control board being connected properly? Connect DM connector properly. Is the coil resistance (normal resistance: both between Pins l and 2, as well as Pins 3 and 4 are about 8.6) of the main/drum motor correct ? Replace the main/drum motor. Replace the main control board.

Is the transfer roller rotating?

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2-2-a No Yes No Yes No Yes Check the gears (transfer roller gear, idle gear and reduction gear). Is the fusing unit being installed properly? Install the fusing unit properly. Is the image drum cartridge being set properly? Set the image drum cartridge properly. Clean the paper sensor on the high voltage/sensor board or replace the high voltage/sensor board.

[JAM error]

2-3

Paper exit jam


Does the paper exit jam error occur when the power is turned on? Yes Is the paper on the outlet sensor plate?

Yes Remove the paper. No No Yes No No Yes No Yes In the operation of the outlet sensor plate normal (moves freely when it is touched)? Replace the outlet sensor plate. Clean the outlet sensor on the high voltage/sensor board or replace the high voltage/ sensor board.

Is the face-up stacker pulled out completely from the printer or, pushed into the printer completely? Pull the face-up stacker out of the printer completely or push it into the printer completely. Is the eject roller assembly being installed properly? Install the eject roller assembly properly. Has the coil spring come off the eject roller assembly? Install the coil spring to the eject roller assembly.

Yes No

Replace the eject roller assembly.

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Paper size error


Is paper of the specified size being used? No Yes No Yes No Yes Use paper of the specified size. Are inlet sensor plates 1 and 2 operating properly (moves freely when they are touched)? Replace the inlet sensor plate or clean the inlet sensor on the high voltage/sensor board. Does the outlet sensor plate operate properly (moves freely when it is touched)? Replace the outlet sensor plate or clean the outlet sensor on the high voltage/sensor board. Replace the high voltage/sensor board.

Exit roller

Outlet sensor Heat roller

Transfer roller Paper sensor


Paper feeding direction

Toner Inlet sensor sensor 2

Hopping roller

Paper end sensor Inlet sensor 1

Registration roller

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Fusing unit error (ERROR 170) (ERROR 171) (ERROR 172) (ERROR 173)
Turn the power off, then back on again. Yes Is the thermistor open or shorted? Measure the resistance between thermistor contacts (heater contacts 120V/2 or 240V/7, and thermistor contacts 200K at room temperature) (see Figure 5-2). Yes Replace the fusing unit. No Do the thermistor connector is connected to the main control board connector? No Yes Connect the thermistor connector property.

Is the heater of the fusing unit turned on (when the heater is turned on, light is emitted)? Check the thermistor connector or replace the main control board or the fusing unit.

Yes No No Yes

Is the AC voltage being supplied to the connector for the heater of the power supply board? (see Figure 5-2) Replace the main control board or the power supply board. Check the heater connector cord and the heater connector for poor contact .

Heater connector

Thermistor connector

Figure 5-2

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Synchronous serial I/O error or I/F timeout between printer and optional tray (ERROR 180, 182)
Is an option tray (High Capacity Second Paper Feeder or Multi Purpose Feeder) being used? Yes Is the cable between the main control board and the optional tray being connected properly? No Yes Connect the cable properly.

Replace the main control board.

Has the problem been solved? No Check the problem by following the Multi Purpose Feeder maintenance manual of Appendix F or the High Capacity Second Paper Feeder maintenance manual of Appendix G.

Yes No

End

Replace the main control board.

Fan error

(ERROR 120)

Is the fan rotating? Yes No No Yes Replace the main control board.

Is FAN connector on the main control board being connected properly? Connect FAN connector properly. Replace the fan or main control board.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 5.5.3 Image Troubleshooting Procedures for troubleshooting for abnormal image printouts are explained below. Figure 5-3 below shows typical abnormal images.

Problem Images are light or blurred entirely (Figure 5-3 A ) Dark background density (Figure 5-3 B ) Blank paper is output (Figure 5-3 C ) Black vertical belts or stripes (Figure 5-3 D ) Cyclical defect (Figure 5-3 E ) Prints voids Poor fusing (images are blurred or peels off when the printed characters and images on the paper are touched by hand) White vertical belts or streaks (Figure 5-3 F )

Flowchart number

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

A Light or blurred images entirely

B Dark background density

C Blank paper

D Black vertical belts or stripes

E Cyclical defect

F White vertical belts or streaks

Figure 5-3

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Images are light or blurred entirely.


Is toner low (is the TONER LOW message displayed)? Yes No No Yes Supply toner.

Is paper of the specified grade being used? Use paper of the specified grade. Is the lens surface of the LED head dirty? Clean the lens.
LED head LED head cable PC connector

Yes No

Is the LED head being installed properly (check the HEAD connector of the main control board and PC connector on the LED head for proper connection)? No Install the LED head properly.

Yes

Is the contact plate of the transfer roller in contact with the contact assembly of the power supply/sensor board properly (see Figure 5-5)?

HEAD Main control board

No Yes No Yes

Adjust the contact plate of the transfer roller to make a proper contact with the high voltage/sensor board and shaft of the transfer roller. Are the contact of the developing roller and the contact of the toner supply roller of the image drum cartrige in contact with the contact assembly properly (see Figure 5-4 A and B )? Adjust the contacts of the developing and toner supply roller to make a proper contact with the contact assembly. Replace the transfer roller.

Has the problem been solved? Yes No End

Replace the image drum cartridge.

Has the problem been solved? Yes End

Note:
No No Yes

After replacing the image drum cartridge, reset the drum counter (see User's Manual).

Is the tension between the back-up roller (7.52kg) and the surface of back-up roller normal? Replace the back-up roller or bias spring. Replace the main control board or high voltage/sensor board.

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Dark background density


Has the image drum been exposed to external light? Yes No Install the image drum in the printer and wait about 30 minutes.

Perform the cleaning page function (see Section 4.2.2).

Has the problem been solved? Yes No End

Is the heat roller of the fusing unit dirty? Yes Clean the heat roller.

No No Yes

Is the contact of the cleaning roller of the image drum cartridge in contact with the contact assembly properly (see Figure 5-4 C )? Adjust the contact of the cleaning roller to make a proper contact with the contact assembly. Replace the image drum cartridge.

Has the problem been solved? Yes End

Note:
No

After replacing the image drum cartridge, reset the drum counter (see User's Manual).

Replace the main control board or high voltage/sensor board.

Blank paper is output.


Is the LED head being connected properly (check the HEAD connector on the main control board and PC connector on the LED head)? No Yes No Yes Connect the LED head properly or replace the head cable. Is the contact of the image drum cartrige in proper contact with the ground contact properly (see Figure 5-4 C )? Adjust the ground contact (Drum) of the contact assembly. Replace the LED head.

Has the problem been solved? Yes No End

Replace the main control board or high voltage/sensor board.

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Black vertical belts or stripes


Perform the cleaning page function (see Section 4.2.2). Has the problem been solved? Yes No End.

Replace the image drum cartridge.

Has the problem been solved? Yes End

Note:

After replacing the image drum cartridge, reset the drum counter (see User's Manual).

Clean the LED lens array of the LED head. Has the problem been solved? Yes No End.

Replace the LED head.

Has the problem been solved? Yes No End

Replace the main control board or high voltage/sensor board.

Cyclical defect
Frequency Image drum Developing roller Toner supply roller Charging roller Cleaning roller Transfer roller Heat roller Back-up roller 3.71" (94.2mm) 1.86" (47.12mm) 2.96" (75.27mm) 1.21" (30.63mm) 0.93" (23.56mm) 1.95" (49.6mm) 2.44" (62.0mm) 2.73" (69.4mm) Remedy Replace or clean the image drum cartridge. Replace the image drum cartridge. Replace the image drum cartridge. Replace the image drum cartridge. Replace the image drum cartridge. Replace the transfer roller. Replace the fusing unit assy. Replace the back-up roller.

Notes:

After replacing the image drum cartridge, reset the drum counter (see User's Manual).

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Prints voids
Is the contact plate of the transfer roller in proper contact with the high voltage/sensor board (see Figure 5-5)? No Yes Adjust the contact plate so that it touches the high voltage/sensor board and the shaft of the transfer roller properly. Replace the transfer roller.

Has the problem been solved? Yes No No Yes No Yes End

Is the tension between the back-up roller (7.52kg) and the surface of back-up roller normal? Replace the back-up roller or bias spring. Are the contacts of the toner supply roller, developing roller, image drum and charging roller in proper contact with the contact assy (see Figure 5-4 A , B , C , D , E )? Adjust the contacts so that they touch the contact assy properly. Replace the image drum cartridge.

Has the problem been solved? Yes End

Note:
No No Yes

After replacing the image drum cartridge, reset the drum counter (see User's Manual).

Is the LED head being installed properly (check HEAD connector on the main control board and PC Connector on the LED head)? Install the LED head properly. Replace the LED head or the head cable.

Has the problem been solved? Yes No End Replace the main control board or high voltage/sensor board.

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Poor fusing (images are blurred or peels off when the printed characters and images on the paper are touched by hand)
Is paper of the specified grade being used? No Yes No Yes No Yes Use paper of the specified grade. Is the tension between the back-up roller (7.52kg) and the surface of back-up roller normal? Replace the back-up roller or bias spring. Is the connector of the fusing unit assy on the power supply board being connected properly? Connect the fusing unit connector properly. Replace the fusing unit assy.

Has the problem been solved? Yes No End

Replace the main control board or power supply board.

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White vertical belts or streaks


Are the LED lens dirty? Yes No No Yes Clean the LED lens.

Is the contact plate of the transfer roller in proper contact with the high voltage/sensor board (see Figure 5-5)? Adjust the contact plate to make a proper contact with the high voltage/sensor board. Replace the transfer roller.

Has the problem been solved? Yes No No Yes No Yes End

Is the tension between the back-up roller (7.52kg) and the surface of back-up roller normal? Replace the back-up roller or bias spring. Is the LED head being installed properly (check HEAD connector on the main control board and PC connector on the LED head)? Install the LED head properly. Replace the LED head.

Has the problem been solved? Yes Yes End

Replace the image drum cartridge.

Has the problem been solved? Yes End

Note:
No

After replacing the image drum cartridge, reset the drum counter (see User's Manual).

Replace the main control board or high voltage/sensor board.

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Figure 5-4
Contacts
E D

er e Roll Charg rum) Ground (D

r Rolle ping e lo Dev ler Rol C r ng ani olle Cle ly R p Sup B ner To
A

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Contact plate for transfer roller

Contact

High voltage/sensor board

Figure 5-5

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6.

6.1

*1: Option

*1

USB I/F

Centronics I/F
CN1 CENT LCDPNL CN Operator Panel
ENVE LOPE 2ND TRAY

Multi *1 Purpose Feeder Second *1 Paper Feeder Network Board


CN2

Network I/F

USB

OPTION

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*1

Pulse Motor (Hopping)

HM

RAM-DIMM

WIRING DIAGRAM

Pulse Motor (Registration)

RM

RAM DIMM

Main Control Board


HEAD

LED Head Unit

Interconnect Signal Diagram

Pulse Motor (Main) *1

DM

ROM-DIMM

ROM DIMM

FAN

FAN PW_2 HVIF

THERM

to Thermister in Fuser Unit

PW_1

CN2 CN1

High Voltage Output


S5/S6 S7 TR SB S8

Power Supply Board (Low Voltage)

High Voltage / Sensor Board

DB S9 CB S10 S11 GND CH

AC Input

CN1

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to Fuser Unit (supplies AC)

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6.2

PCB Layout and Connector Signal List


(1) Main Control Board (GRV-2 PCB)
Printer front side

LED Head

Operator panel Printer front side Contact face Contact face Printer front side 14 1

1 26

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL (2) Power Supply Board/High Voltage and Sensor Board

CN1

CN2

PS1

PS2 PS3 PS4

CN1

SW2

PS5 PS6

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL HEAD Connector Pin Assignment (To LED head) PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 I/O* C O C C O O O O O O O O O O C O C O C O C O C O Signal SG HDCLK-P HDCLK-N SG HDLD HDSTB1 HDDATA3 HDDATA2 HDDATA1 HDDATA0 HDSTB0 HDSTB3 HDSTB2 +3.3V 0VPHD HEAD 0VPHD HEAD 0VPHD HEAD 0VPHD HEAD 0VPHD HEAD Function Ground for Logic Clock Clock Ground for Logic Load Hsync/CSN Data 3 Data 2 Data 1 Data 0 Strobe/SI SCLK SO +3.3V for Logic Ground for LED +5V for LED Ground for LED +5V for LED Ground for LED +5V for LED Ground for LED +5V for LED Ground for LED +5V for LED

* O: Out C: Common

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL LCDPNL Connector Pin Assignment (To Operator Panel)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

I/O* O O I I O C O O O O O O I I

Signal +5V LED-P SW-DATA1 SW-DATA0 LCD_D3 SG LCD_D2 LCD_D1 LCD_D0 LCD_IRN LCD_WRN LCD_E SW-DATA2 SW-DATA3 +5V LED ON

Function

Switch Data 1 Switch Data 0 LCD Data 3 Ground LCD Data 2 LCD Data 1 LCD Data 0 LCD Register Select LCD Write/Read LCD Enable Switch Data 2 Switch Data 3

* I: In O: Out C: Common

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 2NDTRAY Connector Pin Assignment (To 2nd Tray) PIN NO. 5 2 1 3 8 7 4 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 * I: In O: Out C: Common I/O* O O O I C O C O Signal OPPAP-N OPSCK-N OPSD-N OPSDP-N OVP +38V SG +5VA Function Paper Sensor 1 Clock Data OPT send data Analog Ground +38V Logic Ground +5V

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL HVIF Connector Pin Assignment (To High Voltage Unit/Sensor Board)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

I/O* I I I I I C O O O C O C I I I I I I I C O O O O O O C C I I

Signal WRSNS-N IN1SNS-N TONER-N IN2SNS-N PAPER-N SG SBPWN-P CB2PWN-P DB1PWM SG CB1PWM SG TRI_FB TRV_FB DB2_V_FB CHI CH_V_FB DB_I SB_V_FB SG CHPWM-P DB2PWM TR2PWM-P TR1PWM-P +5V +5V SG SG OUTSNS-N CVOPN-N Write Sensor

Function

Paper Sensor 1 Toner Sensor Paper Sensor 2 Paper Out Sensor Ground SB2 Output CB2 Output DB1 Output Ground Cb1 Output Ground TR1 Current Feedback TR1 Voltage Feedback DB2 Voltage Feedback CH Current Feedback CH Voltage Feedback DB Current Feedback SB2 Voltage Feedback Ground CH Output Control DB2 Output TR2 output TR1 Output Control +5V +5V Ground Ground Out Sensor Cover Open

* I: In O: Out C: Common

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL PW_1 Connector Pin Assignment (To Power Supply Unit)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 * I: In O: Out C: Common PW_2 Connector Pin Assignment (To Power Supply Unit)

I/O* I I C C I I I I

Signal +38V +38V 0VP 0VP 0VPHD 0VPHD HEAD HEAD +38V +38V

Function

Analog Ground Analog Ground Ground for LED Ground for LED +5V for LED +5V for LED

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 * I: In O: Out C: Common

I/O* C C I I O

Signal SG SG +5V +5V HEATON_N

Function Ground for Logic Ground for Logic +5V for Logic +5V for Logic Heater On

THERM Connector Pin Assignment (To Thermistor)


PIN NO. 1 2 1 2 * I: In O: Out I/O* O I Signal +5V THERM +5V Heater Function

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL OPTION Connector Pin Assignment (To Option Board [Network or RS232C])
41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 Pin No. I/O* Signal 01 C SG 02 C SG 03 O PPGNT0-N 04 I/O PPDVSL-N 05 I/O PPTRDY-N 06 I/O PPFRM-N 07 NC 08 NC 09 NC 10 O OPSCC_RXD 11 O OPSCC_DSR 12 I/O PPC_BE3 13 I/O PPC_BE1 14 I PRINT0-N 15 O PERIWR-N 16 O NICFROM_CS 17 I/O SDT22 18 I/O SDT20 19 C SG 20 C SG 21 I/O SDT18 22 I/O SDT16 23 I/O SDT25 24 I/O SDT27 25 I/O SDT29 26 I/O SDT31 27 I/O SDT9 28 I/O SDT11 29 I/O SDT13 30 I/O SDT15 31 I/O SDT6 32 I/O SDT4 33 I/O SDT2 34 I/O SDT0 35 I OPNIC-N 36 O RESET-N 37 NC C SG 38 39 C SG 40 O +5V * O : Out I : In C : Common Function Pin No. I/O* Signal Ground 41 C SG Ground 42 C SG Bus Grant (PCI) 43 I/O PPPERR-N Device select (PCI) 44 I/O PPSERR-N Target Ready (PCI) 45 I/O PPSTOP-N Frame (PCI) 46 I/O PPIRDY-N N.C. 47 I/O PPPAR N.C. 48 NC N.C. 49 NC RXD (RS232C) 50 OPSCC_TXD I DSR (RS232C) 51 I OPSCC_DTR Command/Byte Enable 3 (PCI) 52 O PPCLK0 Command/Byte Enable 1 (PCI) 53 I/O PPC_BE2 Interrupt (PCI) 54 I/O PPC_BE0 FlashROM Write Enable 55 I PPREQ0-N FlashROM Chip Select 56 O PERIRD-N AD Bus 22 57 I/O SDT23 AD Bus 20 58 I/O SDT21 Ground 59 C SG Ground 60 C SG AD Bus 18 61 I/O SDT19 AD Bus 16 62 I/O SDT17 AD Bus 25 63 I/O SDT24 AD Bus 27 64 I/O SDT26 AD Bus 29 65 I/O SDT28 AD Bus 31 66 I/O SDT30 AD Bus 9 67 I/O SDT8 AD Bus 11 68 I/O SDT10 AD Bus 13 69 I/O SDT12 AD Bus 15 70 I/O SDT14 AD Bus 6 71 I/O SDT7 AD Bus 4 72 I/O SDT5 AD Bus 2 73 I/O SDT6 AD Bus 0 74 I/O SDT1 NIC Detect 75 I OPNICSW-N Reset 76 I OPSCC-N N.C. 77 C SG Ground 78 C SG Ground 79 O +5V +5V 80 O +5V Function Ground Ground Parity Error (PCI) System Error (PCI) Stop (PCI) Initiator Ready Parity (PCI) N.C. N.C. TXD (RS232C) DTR (RS232C) Clock (PCI) Command/Byte Enable 2 (PCI) Command/Byte Enable 0 (PCI) Bus Request (PCI) FlashROM Read Enable AD Bus 23 AD Bus 21 Ground Ground AD Bus 19 AD Bus 17 AD Bus 24 AD Bus 26 AD Bus 28 AD Bus 30 AD Bus 8 AD Bus 10 AD Bus 12 AD Bus 14 AD Bus 7 AD Bus 5 AD Bus 3 AD Bus 1 NIC Push Switch RS232C Detect Ground Ground +5V +5V

42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80

02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40

FAN Connector Pin Assignment (To Fan)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 1 2 3 * I: In O: Out C: Common

I/O* O C I

Signal FANPOW SG FANALM-P

Function Power Supply for Fan driving Ground Fan Alarm

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL USB Connector Pin Assignment (USB I/F)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 * I: In O: Out C: Common

I/O* I I/O I/O C

Signal VCC DD+ SG VCC DD+ Ground

Description

CENT Connector Pin Assignment (IEEE1284 I/F)

Pin No. I/O* 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 C C O I C C C C C C C C O O O O I

Signal STB-N DATA0-P DATA1-P DATA2-P DATA3-P DATA4-P DATA5-P DATA6-P DATA7-P ACK-N BUSY-P PE-P SEL-P NC SG FG 5VA

Function Strobe Data0 Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Data6 Data7 Acknowledge Busy Paper End Select N.C. Logic Ground Frame Ground +5V

Pin No. I/O* 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 O I C C C C C C C C C C C C I O C SG SG SG SG SG SG SG SG SG SG SG SG

Signal

Function Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Logic Ground Iprime Fault Logic Ground N.C. High Level Select In

IPRIM-N FAULT-N SG NC HILEVEL SELIN-N

AUTOFEED-N Auto Feed

* O : Out I : In C : Common

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL HM Connector Pin Assignment (To Hopping Motor)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 * O: Out


RM Connector Pin Assignment (To Resistration Motor)

I/O* O O O O

Signal HMPH1-P HMPH1-N HMPH2-P HMPH2-N Coil 1-P Coil 1-N Coil 2-P Coil 2-N

Function

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 * O: Out

I/O* O O O O

Signal RMPH1-P RMPH1-N RMPH2-P RMPH2-N Coil 1-P Coil 1-N Coil 2-P Coil 2-N

Function

DM Connector Pin Assignment (To Main Motor)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 * O: Out

I/O* O O O O

Signal DMPH1-P DMPH1-N DMPH2-P DMPH2-N Coil 1-P Coil 1-N Coil 2-P Coil 2-N

Function

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL ROM_DIMM Connector Pin Assignment Pin No. I/O* Signal 01 C SG 02 NC 03 NC 04 NC 05 NC 06 NC 07 NC 08 NC 09 NC 10 O +3.3V 11 NC 12 NC 13 NC 14 NC 15 C SG 16 C SG 17 NC 18 NC 19 NC 20 NC 21 I/O DBUS11 22 I/O DBUS4 23 I/O DBUS3 24 I/O DBUS12 25 I/O DBUS10 26 I/O DBUS5 27 C SG 28 C SG 29 I/O DBUS2 30 O +3.3V 31 I/O DBUS9 32 I/O DBUS13 33 I/O DBUS1 34 I/O DBUS6 35 I/O DBUS8 36 I/O DBUS14 * O : Out I : In C : Common Function Ground N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. +3.3V N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. Ground Ground N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. Data Bus 11 Data Bus 4 Data Bus 3 Data Bus 12 Data Bus 10 Data Bus 5 Ground Ground Data Bus 2 +3.3v Data Bus 9 Data Bus 13 Data Bus 1 Data Bus 6 Data Bus 8 Data Bus 14 Pin No. I/O* Signal 37 I/O DBUS0 38 I/O DBUS7 39 C SG 40 C SG 41 O WBEN0 42 I/O DBUS15 43 O CPU_CS3-N 44 O CPU_OE-N 45 O ABUS14 46 O CPU_CS2-N 47 O ABUS15 48 O ABUS30 49 O ABUS16 50 O ABUS29 51 O ABUS17 52 O ABUS28 53 O ABUS18 54 O ABUS27 55 O ABUS19 56 O ABUS26 57 O ABUS20 58 O ABUS25 59 O ABUS21 60 O ABUS24 61 O +3.3V 62 O ABUS23 63 O ABUS22 64 O ABUS13 65 O ABUS11 66 O ABUS12 67 O ABUS10 68 O ABUS9 69 O ABUS8 70 O ABUS7 71 O RESET-N 72 C SG Function Data Bus 0 Data Bus 7 Ground Ground Write Enable Data Bus 15 Chip select 3 Output Enable Address Bus 14 Chip select 2 Address Bus 15 Address Bus 30 Address Bus 16 Address Bus 29 Address Bus 17 Address Bus 28 Address Bus 18 Address Bus 27 Address Bus 19 Address Bus 26 Address Bus 20 Address Bus 25 Address Bus 21 Address Bus 24 +3.3v Address Bus 23 Address Bus 22 Address Bus 13 Address Bus 11 Address Bus 12 Address Bus 10 Address Bus 9 Address Bus 8 Address Bus 7 Reset Ground

01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35

02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36

37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71

38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72

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01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35

02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36

Pin No. I/O* Signal 01 C SG 02 NC 03 NC 04 NC 05 NC 06 NC 07 NC 08 NC 09 NC 10 O +3.3V 11 NC 12 NC 13 NC 14 NC 15 C SG 16 C SG 17 NC 18 NC 19 PERIRD-N 20 NC 21 NC 22 O RAM_CS2-N NC 23 24 O SAD3 25 O RAM_CLK1 26 O SAD2 27 C SG 28 C SG 29 O SAD4 30 O +3.3V 31 O SAD5 32 O SAD1 33 O SAD6 34 O SAD0 35 O SAD7 36 O SAD10 * O : Out I : In C : Common

Function Ground N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. +3.3V N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. Ground Ground N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. Chip select 2 N.C. Address Bus 3 Clock Address Bus 2 Ground Ground Address Bus 4 +3.3v Address Bus 5 Address Bus 1 Address Bus 6 Address Bus 0 Address Bus 7 Address Bus 10

37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71

38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72

Pin No. I/O* Signal 37 O SAD8 38 O SAD13 39 C SG 40 C SG 41 O SAD9 42 O SAD12 43 O SAD11 44 O RAM_CS1-N 45 PERIWR-N 46 O RAM_RAS-N 47 O RAM_CKE-N 48 C SG 49 O RAM_CLK1 50 O RAM_CAS-N 51 O RAM_DQM1 52 O RAM_WE-N 53 I/O SDT8 54 O RAM_DQM0 55 I/O SDT9 56 I/O SDT7 57 I/O SDT10 58 I/O SDT6 59 I/O SDT11 60 I/O SDT5 61 O +3.3V 62 I/O SDT4 63 I/O SDT12 64 I/O SDT3 65 I/O SDT13 66 I/O SDT2 67 I/O SDT14 68 I/O SDT1 69 I/O SDT15 70 I/O SDT0 71 I OPRAM-N 72 C SG

Function Address Bus 8 Address Bus 13 Ground Ground Address Bus 9 Address Bus 12 Address Bus 11 Chip select 1 Address Bus 14 Row Address Clock Enable Ground Clock

Column Address Strobe

Byte Enable 1 Write Enable Data Bus 8 Write Enable 0 Data Bus 9 Data Bus 7 Data Bus 10 Data Bus 6 Data Bus 11 Data Bus 5 +3.3v Data Bus 4 Data Bus 12 Data Bus 3 Data Bus 13 Data Bus 2 Data Bus 14 Data Bus 1 Data Bus 15 Data Bus 0 RAM-DIMM Detect Ground

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6.3

Unit Illustration Resistance

Circuit Diagram

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Orange

Registration motor Yellow

Yellow

M
Between Pins 1 and 2: 7.9 Between Pins 3 and 4: 7.9

Resistance Check

Brown

Black

Orange

Main/drum motor White

Yellow

M
Between Pins 1 and 2: 8.6 Between Pins 3 and 4: 8.6

Brown

Black

Orange

Hopping motor

Yellow

M
White

Between Pins 1 and 2: 10.3 Between Pins 3 and 4: 10.3

Brown

Black

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Circuit Diagram

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1
Heater

Thermostat

Fusing unit
Thermistor

2 2

3 1 3 4

Between Pins 1 and 2: 120V 2 240V 7 Between Pins 3 and 4: 200K (at room temperature)

Red 1 +30 V

Fan

3 FANALM-N

Black 2 0V

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APPENDIX A

RS-232C SERIAL INTERFACE (option)

1) Connector Printer side Cable side : : 25-pin receptacle Type DB-25S (made by Canon) or equivalent 25-pin plug Type DB-25S (made by Canon) Shell Type DB-C8-J10-F2-1 (made by Nihon Kouku Denshi) or equivalent

Note: Plug shall be fixable with a lock screw.


2) Cable Cable length : 6 ft (1.8 m) max. (cable shall be shielded)

Note: Cable is not provided.


3) Interface signal

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9
~

Signal name Frame Ground Transmitted Data Received Data Request to Send Signal Ground Data Terminal Ready -

Abbreviation Signal direction FG TD RD RTS PR PR PR

Functions Frame Ground Transmitted Data Received Data Stay space level (Not connected) (Not connected)

SG

Signal Ground (Not connected) (Not connected) (Not connected)

17 18 19 20 21 (Not connected)
~

DTR

PR

Data terminal ready

25
Connector pin arrangement
13 1

25 (View from the cable side)

14

When the Ready/Busy protocol is used for the buffer busy control method, the busy signal can be set to Pin-20 (DTR) in the menu.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 4) Signal Level MARK polarity : SPACE polarity : 5) Interface Circuit a) Receiving Circuit
14C232 or equivalent INPUT OUTPUT +12V +3V -3V INPUT -12V

-3V to -15V (LOGIC = 1) +3V to +15V (LOGIC = 0)

b)

Sending Circuit
14C232 or equivalent INPUT OUTPUT -3V 55 ns OUTPUT +3V 45 ns +9V

-9V

Note: The signal levels described above is for the case where 3K x 15pF is connected to the terminal.
6) Receive Margin 37% min. at all reception rates. 7) Communications Protocol a) b) READY/BUSY protocol X-ON/X-OFF protocol

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 8) Interface Parameter Setting


Press MENU key several times. Press ITEM key to display the item on the LCD to set up. Press VALUE key to display the value on the LCD to set up. Press SELECT key, and display "*" mark on the right side of the value: By pressing the ON LINE key, menu setting mode is completed and the printer returns to online state.

Ready

ON-LINE XXX XXX : PCL, AUTO, PSE*, HEX DUMP, PRR or FX


* PSE means POSTSCRIPT 3 EMULATION.

Press the MENU key 9 times.

Ready

RS232C MENU

"RS232C MENU" is displayed on the LCD. Press the SELECT key.

Ready

RS232C

Item Contents of Display ENABLE DISABLE Factory Setting: ENABLE

RS232C I/F Function ENABLE DISABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

FLOW CTL

Item Flow CTL Contents of Display Function SPACE-READY DTR HI MARK-READY DTR LO XONXOFF Sending at intervals of 1 sec. RbstXON Factory Setting: DTR HI

Press the ITEM + key.

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Ready

BAUDRATE

Item Contents of Display 300 600 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 38400 57600 76800 115200

Baud Rate Function 300 baud 600 baud 1200 baud 2400 baud 4800 baud 9600 baud 19200 baud 38400 baud 57600 baud 76800 baud 115200 baud

Factory Setting: 9600 baud

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

DATABITS

Item Contents of Display 8 BITS 7 BITS Factory Setting: 8 bit

Bit Length Function 8 bits 7 bits

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

PARITY

Item Parity Contents of Display Function No parity NONE Even parity EVEN Odd parity ODD Factory Setting: NONE

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

MIN. BUSY

Item Minimum BUSY Time Contents of Display Function 200 ms 200 m SEC 1 sec (1000 ms) 1 SEC Factory Setting: 200 m SEC (PCL only)

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Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

OFF REC

Item RS232C I/F OFF-LINE RECEIVE Contents of Display Function ENABLE ENABLE DISABLE DISABLE Factory Setting: ENABLE

Press the ON LINE key.

Setting completed.
Ready

ON-LINE XXX XXX : PCL, AUTO, PSE, HEX DUMP, PRR or FX

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APPENDIX B

CENTRONICS PARALLEL INTERFACE

1) Connector Printer side Cable side : : 36-pin receptacle (single port) Type 57RE-40360-730B-D29A (made by Daiichi Denshi), CNAX05841A36AT (made by Ougat) or equivalent 36-pin plug Type 57-30360 (made by Daiichi Denshi) or equivalent Plug-552274-1 (AMP), 552073-1 (AMP) or equivalent

2) Cable Cable length : 6 ft (1.8 m) max. (A Shielded cable composed of twisted pair wires is recommended for noise prevention.)

Note: Cable is not supplied with the printer, and is not available from Oki.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 3) Table of Parallel I/F Signals Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 : : 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Signal name DATA STROBE DATA BIT - 1 DATA BIT - 2 DATA BIT - 3 DATA BIT - 4 DATA BIT - 5 DATA BIT - 6 DATA BIT - 7 DATA BIT - 8 ACKNOWLEDGE BUSY PAPER END SELECT AUTOFEED 0V CHASSIS GROUND +5V 0V INPUT PRIME FAULT SELECT IN PR PR PR PR PR PR PR PR PR Completion of data input or end of a function During print processing or alarm End of paper Select state (ON-LINE) Request to change mode (Not used) Signal ground Chassis ground 50 mA max. Signal ground Initializing signal End of paper or during alarm Signal ground (Not used) High level (3.3 k) Request to change mode PR PR Parallel input and output data Signal direction PR Functions Parallel data sampling strobe

Connector pin arrangement

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 4) Signal Level INPUT Low : High : OUTPUT Low : High : 0 V to +0.4 V +2.4 V to 5.0 V 0 V to +0.4 V +2.0 V to 5.0 V

5) Specifications Item Mode Data bit length Input prime Receive buffer Control Description Compatibility mode, Nibble mode, ECP mode 8 bits (in the compatibility mode) Valid/Invalid 0.1M, 0.2M, 0.5M Bytes Handshaking control is performed in each mode. Data received from the host is stored in the receive buffer. Busy control is performed. Signal lead control is performed.

6) Interface circuit a) Receiving circuit

LVC161284

b) Sending circuit

LVC161284

c) Other
+5V

35Pin

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 7) Timing charts a) Power-ON (Menu Setting: PARALLEL=ENABLE)


Power ON Power OFF H L H L H L H L H L Initializing H/W Notice of Transition to On-line Initializing F/W Idle

Printer Status

PError nAck Busy nFault Select

b) Power-ON (Menu Setting: PARALLEL=DISABLE)


Power ON Power OFF H L H L H L H L H L Initializing H/W Initializing F/W DISABLE

Printer Status

PError nAck Busy nFault Select

c) Data Reception (Menu Setting: Ack/Busy Timing=Ack in Busy)


H L H L H L T(ACK) Menu Setting (Ack Width) T(ACK ) NARROW 0.5s MEDIUM 1.0s WIDE 3.0s

nStrobe Busy nAck

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL d) Data Reception (Menu Setting: Ack/Busy Timing=Ack while Busy)

nStrobe Busy nAck

H L H L H L T(ACK)/2 T(ACK)/2

* The T (ACK) values are the same as those shown in the section c). e) I-Prime (Not at menu-set I-PRIME=DISABLE)
Printer Status nInit Busy H L H L T(INIT) Menu Setting (I-PRIME) T(INIT ) I/F Initialization Idle Clearing Send/Receive Buffer Canceling Job Idle

3 MICRON SEC 2.0s

50 MICRON SEC 33.3s

f)

Off-line
Printer Status H L H L H L H L Notice of Transition to Off-line Idle Notice of Transition to On-line On-line Off-line

Busy PError nFault Select

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL g) Paper-End

Printer Status H L H L H L H L

Notice of Transition to Paper-End Notice of Transition to On-line Idle Paper-End On-line

Busy PError nFault Select

h) Warning (Paper-end state is excluded)


Notice of Transition to Warning Idle H L H L H L H L Notice of Transition to On-line On-line

Printer Status

Warning

Busy PError nFault Select

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 7) Interface Parameter Setting


The following settings are possible by pressing the SELECT key, after selecting the display contents of the LCD of the operator panel by using the ITEM+ and ITEM- keys.

Settings are retained even when the printer power is turned off. By pressing the ON LINE key, menu setting mode is completed and the printer returns to online state.

Ready

ON-LINE XXX XXX : PCL, AUTO, PSE, HEX DUMP, PRR or FX

Press the MENU key 8 times.

Ready

PARALLEL MENU

"PARALLEL MENU" is displayed on the LCD.

Press the SELECT key.

Ready

PARALLEL

Item Contents of Display ENABLE DISABLE Factory Setting: ENABLE

PARALLEL I/F Function ENABLE DISABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

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Ready

BIDIRCT

Item Direction of Data Transfer Contents of Display Function Bi-directional data transmission ENABLE Uni-directional data transmission DISABLE Factory Setting: ENABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

ECP

Item Contents of Display ENABLE DISABLE Factory Setting: ENABLE

ECP Mode Function ENABLE DISABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

ACKWIDTH

Item Contents of Display NARROW MEDIUM WIDE

ACK Width in compatible Function 0.5s 1.0s 3.0s

Factory Setting: NARROW

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

ACK/BUSY

Item Output order of BUSY and ACK signal Contents of Display Function IN ACK IN BUSY: BUSY=LOWthe end of ACK pulse WHILE ACK WHILE BUSY: BUSY=LOWCenter of ACK pulse Factory Setting: IN

Press the ITEM + key.

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Ready

IPRIME

Item Contents of Display 3 SEC 50 SEC DISABLE

I-PRIME Function Enabled with the 3s nlnit signal Enabled with the 50s nlnit signal DISABLE

Factory Setting: DISABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

OFF REC

Item PARALLEL I/F OFF-LINE RECEIVE Contents of Display Function ENABLE ENABLE DISABLE DISABLE Factory Setting: DISABLE

Press the ON LINE key.

Setting completed.
Ready

ON-LINE XXX XXX : PCL, AUTO, PSE, HEX DUMP, PRR or FX

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APPENDIX C

Universal Serial Bus (USB)

Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.0 full speed compliance. 1) Connector Printer Side Cable Side 2) Cable Cable Length : Max 5m (A cable must be met USB Spec Rev 1.1 for normal operation) : B Receptacle (Upstream Input to the USB Device) : Series B Plug

Note: Cable is not provided.


3) Table of USB I / F signals Contact Number 1 2 3 4 Shell 4) Connector pin arrangement Signal Name Vbus DD+ GND Shield

5)

Mode & Class of Device Full - speed Driver Self - powered Device

6)

Data Signaling Rate Full - speed function - 12Mb/s

7)

Interface circuit
Full-speed Buffer Rs 3.3 V 1.5 k

TxD+

TxD-

Rs

Rs = 22

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 8) Signal Level Input / Output Level Parameter Input Levels : High (driven) High (floating) Low Output Levels : Low High (driven) Output Signal Crossover Voltage Signaling Levels Symbol VIH VIHZ VIL OL OH VCRS Min. 2.0 2.7 0.0 2.8 1.3 Max. Units V V V V V V

3.6 0.8 0.3 3.6 2.0

Signaling Levels Required Acceptable Differential "1" (D+) - (D-) > 200mV and D+ > VIH (min) (D+) - (D-) > 200mV Differential "0" (D-) - (D+) > 200mV and D- > VIH (min) (D-) - (D+) > 200mV Single-ended 0 (SE0) D+ and D- < VIL (max) D+ and D- < VIH (min) Data J state: Differential "0" Low-speed Differential "1" Full-speed Data K state: Differential "1" Low-speed Differential "0" Full-speed Idle state: D- > VIHZ (min) and D+ < VIL (max) D- > VIHZ (min) and D+ < VIH (min) Low-speed Full-speed D+ > VIHZ (min) and D- < VIL (max) D+ > VIHZ (min) and D- < VIH (min) Resume state Data K state Start-of-Packet (SOP) Data lines switch from Idle to K state End-of-Packet (EOP) SE0 for 1 bit time1 followed by a J state SE0 for 1 bit time1 followed by a J state for 1 bit time Disconnect SE0 for 2.5s (at downstream port) Connect Idle for 2ms Idle for 2.5s (at downstream port) Reset D+ and D- < VIL (max) for 10ms D+ and D- < VIL (max) for 2.5s Bus State
The width of EOP is defined in bit times relative to the device type receiving the EOP. The bit time is approximate.

Note:

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 9) Timing Chart a) Packet Voltage Levels


VOH (min) VIH (min) VIL (max) VOL (max) VSS

Bus Idle SOP

First Bit of Packet

Last Bit of Packet

VOH (min) VIH (min) VIL (max) VOL (max) VSS

Bus Driven to J State at end of EOP Bus SE0 Floats Portion Bus Idle of EOP

b) Disconnect Detection

VIHZ (min) VIL VSS

D+ / D-

D- / D+ 2.5S Device Connected DisConnect Detected

c) Full-speed Device Connect Detection

VIH VSS D- / D+

D+ D2.5S Device Connected Connect Detected

d) Differential Data Jitter


TPERIOD Differential Data Lines (VCRS) Crossover Points Consecutive Transitions N * TPERIOD + TxDJ1 Paired Transitions N * TPERIOD + TxDJ2 TPERIOD = 12Mbps (0.25%) TxDJ1 = Min-3.5ns~Max3.5ns TxDJ2 = Min-4ns~Max4ns

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL e) Differential-to-EOP Transition Skew and EOP Width

TPERIOD Differential Data Lines

Crossover Points

Crossover Point Extended

Diff. Data-toSE0 Skew N * TPERIOD + TxDEOP

TxDEOP = -2ns~5ns Source EOP Width: TFEOPT (160ns~175ns) Receiver EOP Width: TFEOPR (80ns~)

f) Receiver Jitter Tolerance TPERIOD Differential Data Lines TxJR TxJR1 Consecutive Transitions N * TPERIOD + TxJR1 Paired Transitions N * TPERIOD + TxJR2 TxJR2 TxJR1 = Min-18.5ns~Max18.5ns TxJR2 = Min-9ns~Max9ns

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 10) Interface Parameter Setting

Press MENU key several times. Press ITEM key to display the item on the LCD to set up. Press VALUE key to display the value on the LCD to set up. Press SELECT key, and display "*" mark on the right side of the value: By pressing the ON LINE key, menu setting mode is completed and the printer returns to online state.

Ready

ON-LINE XXX XXX : PCL, AUTO, PSE*, HEX DUMP, PRR or FX


* PSE means POSTSCRIPT3 EMULATION.

Press the MENU key 9 times. (If RS232C is installed, press the MENU key 10 times.)

Ready

USB MENU

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

USB

Item Contents of Display ENABLE DISABLE Factory Setting: ENABLE

USB I/F Function ENABLE DISABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

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Ready

SOFT RST

Item Contents of Display ENABLE DISABLE

Sets Soft Reset command Function ENABLE DISABLE

Factory Setting: DISABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

OFF REC

Item Contents of Display ENABLE DISABLE

USB I/F OFF-LINE RECEIVE Function ENABLE DISABLE

Factory Setting: DISABLE

Press the ITEM + key.

Ready

USB S/N

Item Contents of Display ENABLE DISABLE

USB Serial Number Function ENABLE DISABLE

Factory Setting: ENABLE

Press the ON LINE key.

Setting completed.
Ready

ON-LINE XXX XXX : PCL, AUTO, PSE, HEX DUMP, PRR or FX

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APPENDIX D

LOOP TEST (RS-232C INTERFACE)

1) Connect the test connector


2 3 4 5 8 11 20 6

TD RD RTS DB-25S made by Cannon or equivalent CTS CD SSD DTR DST

Test Connector Connection Diagram

2) Select "LOOP Test" in the system maintenance mode. The codes transmitted from the TD signals are comparatively checked with the data received from the RD signals. If any error occurs, the error message is displayed on the LCD.

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APPENDIX E 1.

DIAGNOSTICS TEST

Maintenance Modes
The maintenance modes consist of the user maintenance mode which are released to the user, and the system and engine maintenance modes in the maintenance personnel level not released to the user. Press the MENU key to update each category. The operation returns to the first category after updating the last category, in a loop. Press the Enter key to execute the function being displayed. To exit from any of these modes during a category display, press the Recover or ON LINE key and the operation mode will start.

1.1

Administrator Mode
To enter the administrator mode, turn the power on while keeping the ITEM+/ITEM- key pressed down. This mode uses the menu for function selection. The administrator mode provides the following functions. (1) OP MENU This function sets each user menu Enable or Disable.

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LCD display OP MENU

Pressing Item+ or Item- key, menu is changed. Press the Item+ or Item- key.

ALL ENABLE * INFO. ENABLE * PRINT ENABLE * MEDIA ENABLE *

ALL Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

Sets All Category Enable/Disable of User Menu. Sets Category INFORMATION MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category PRINT MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category MEDIA MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category SYSTEN CONFIG MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category PCL EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category PPR EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category FX EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category ESC/P EMULATION MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category PARALLEL MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category RS232C MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category USB MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category NETWORK MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category MEMORY MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category SYSTEM ADJUST MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category MAINTENANCE MENU Enable/Disable. Sets Category USAGE MENU Enable/Disable.

INFO. Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

PRINT Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

MEDIA Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

SYS CONF ENABLE * PCL MENU ENABLE * PPR MENU ENABLE * FX MENU ENABLE * ESC/P ENABLE * PARALLEL ENABLE * RS232C ENABLE * USB ENABLE * NETWORK ENABLE * MEMORY ENABLE * ADJUST ENABLE * MAINTE ENABLE * USAGE ENABLE *

SYS CONF Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

PCL MENU Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

PPR MENU Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

FX MENU Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

ESC/P Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

PARALLEL Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

RS232C Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

USB Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

NETWORK Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

MEMORY Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

ADJUST Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

MAINTE Press the Value+ DISABLE


or Value- key.

or Value- key. Press ONLINE key after items is changed.

USAGE Press the Value+ DISABLE

INITIALIZING ON LINE XXX


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1.2

System Maintenance Mode


To enter the system maintenance mode, turn the power on while keeping the Menu/ITEM+/VALUE/CANCEL keys pressed down. This mode adopts the menu for function selection. The system maintenance mode provides the following functions: (1) Oki User Brands is set. (2) Maintenance Menu Flash ROM Format. EEPROM reset to factory default. (3) Configration Menu Changes operater panel Type1 or Type2. (4) Engine Start Print Engine menu is printed. (5) Page Count Display This function allows the selection to include (enable) or exclude (disable) the total number of printed pages counted at the engine block at the time of menu printing. (6) Emulate Emulate determines the default PDL for each brand. (7) Loop Test The loop test is for testing the serial I/F functions without connecting the printer to the host. The data is sent and received by loop back in the loop test. The loop test is performed even when another interface is being selected in Menu level-2. Installation of the loop connector is necessary for the loop test (refer to Appendix C, LOOP TEST (RS-232C INTERFACE)). (8) Rolling ASCII Continuous Printing The rolling ASCII pattern is printed continuously for various engine tests. Press the ON LINE key to cancel this mode. (9) Network (10) ENG DIAG This function can enter the Engine Maintenance Mode.

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LCD display OKIUSER
Press the Item+ or Item- key.

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

If the Menu key is pressed menu change.

ODA * OEL APS JP1 JPOEM1 JPOEM2 OEMA OEML FL FORMAT EXECUTE EEPROM RESET

Sets brands. Selecting by the Value+ or Value- key.

MAINTE MENU

Press the Item+ or Item- key.

Press the Select key. Press the Select key.

INITIALIZING

Formats flash ROM.

(Same as Power On.) CODESET

CONFIG MENU ENG STAT PRINT

Press the Item+ or Item- key.

CODESET TYPE1 * INITIALIZING

Press the Value+ TYPE2 or Value- key.

Changes operater panel Type1 or Type2. Selecting by the Select switch, then pressing the On-line switch will prompt initialization and printing Engine information.

Press the ONLINE key.

PRINTING XXX

PAGE PRT ENABLE *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

PAGE PRT DISABLE

Sets printing or not printing the total page count in PRINT MENU MAP.

Pressing Item+ or Item- key, menu is changed.

EMULATE
Press the Item+ or Item- key.

PCL ENABLE * IBM PPR ENABLE * EPSONFX ENABLE * PS3 EMU ENABLE * ESC/P ENABLE * PCL XL ENABLE *

PCL DISABLE IBM PPR DISABLE EPSONFX DISABLE PS3 EMU DISABLE ESC/P DISABLE PCL XL DISABLE

Changes the default PDL for each brand. PDLs that are disabled in this menu will not be displayed at EMULATE of User Menu or OP MENU of Admin Menu.

LOOPTEST
Press the Item+ or Item- key.

RS232C EXECUTE CONT PRT PRINTING

Press the Select key.

Loop Test runs Serial I/F function test LOOPTEST without connecting the host PC. This nnnnnn mode can be ended only by turning the power off. CONT PRT Rolling ASCII Continous Print CANCELED

CONT PRT EXECUTE

Press the Select key.

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Pressing Item+ or Item- key, menu is changed.

DOTSHIFT
Press the Item+ or Item- key.

TRAY1 -1.0mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

-4.0mm -1.5mm -1.0mm -0.5mm 0.0mm +0.5mm +3.5mm

Sets dot shift in the horizontal direction.

TRAY2 +0.5mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

-4.0mm -0.5mm 0.0mm +0.5mm +3.5mm

MPF 0.0mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

-4.0mm -0.5mm 0.0mm +0.5mm +3.5mm

MANUAL 0.0mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

-4.0mm -0.5mm 0.0mm +0.5mm +3.5mm

NETWORK

ENG DIAG
Press the MENU key. Press the ONLINE key.

INITIALIZING ON LINE XXX

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1.3

Engine Maintenance Mode


To enter engine maintenance mode, enter system maintenance mode and press the Item+ key when "ENG DIAG" is displayed. This mode adopts the menu for function selection. The method for exit from this mode depends on the setting. The engine maintenance mode provides the following functions: (1) Head Drive Time Setting Sets the drive time of the LED head. (2) 600 x 1200 DPI strobe time Do not change the default setting. (3) Printing Start Position Setting Sets the printing start position. (4) Length Shift (5) Dot Shift (6) Drum Count Total Display Displays on the LCD the total number of drum revolutions of the unit, counted at the engine block. (7) Drum Count Display Displays on the LCD the total number of EP drum revolutions counted at the engine block. (8) Factory Adjustment (for High Capacity Second Paper Feeder/Power Envelope Feeder) Do not change the default settings since these are factory settings and were set at the factory. (8) Engine Reset No items subjected to, All except counters are subjected to reset, As a common spec.

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LCD display LED HEAD 0 *
Press the Value+ or Value- key.

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

-16 -15 -1 0 +1 +15 0.50 0.54 0.42 0.46 * *

Sets the LED heads drive time.OPT HEAD

If the Item+ key is pressed menu change.

STRB TIM 0.50 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

Sets the strobe time in 600 1200DPI mode in the value relative to that om 600 600DPI mode.

OPT HEAD ODD/EVN* PRINTPOS 0 mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key. Press the Value+ or Value- key.

OPT HEAD STEP3 0 mm * +0.5mm +3.5mm -4.0mm -0.5mm

Sets the type of LED HEAD installed. Sets the print start position.

LENSHIFT 0 mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

0 mm * +0.5mm +3.5mm -4.0mm -0.5mm

Sets image stretch/shrink correction (Micro-tuning in LSYNC cycle).

DRUM CNT T nnnnnn DRUM CNT nnnnnn PAGE CNT nnnnnn DOT CNT T nnnnnn DOT CNT nnnnnn T1 POS 0 mm *

Displays Drum Count Total. Displays on the LCD the total drum rotations counted by the engine. Displays Drum Count. Displays on the LCD the total EP drum rotations counted by the engine. Displays Page Count. Displays on the LCD the total number of printed pages that are counted by the Engine. Displays Page Dot Counter Total. Displays on the LCD the printers total number of printed dots that are counted by the Engine. Displays Page Dot Counter. Displays on the LCD the number of printed dots since a new toner cartridge has been installed. 0 mm * +1 mm +7 mm -8 mm -1 mm Sets the amount of feeding paper from the default tray. (Sets the amount to TOF position).

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

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If the Menu key is pressed menu change.

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

T2 POS 0 mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

0 mm * +1 mm +7 mm -8 mm -1 mm

Sets the amount of feeding paper from the 2nd tray. (Sets the amount to TOF position).

T2 TBL No. 3 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 * 0 mm * +1 mm +7 mm -8 mm -1 mm

Selects the download table for the 2nd tray.

EF POS 0 mm *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

Sets the amount of feeding paper from Multi Purpose Feeder. (Sets the amount to TOF position.)

EF TBL No. 3 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 * CH ADJ DISABLE SB2 ADJ DISABLE +3 +2 +1 0 -1 -2 -3 +3 +2 +1 0 -1 -2 -3 +5 +4 +3 +2 +1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 0 -1 -2

Selects the download table for the Multi Purpose Feeder.

CH ADJ ENABLE * SB2 ADJ ENABLE * CH VOLT 0 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key. Press the Value+ or Value- key.

Sets CHs voltage setting adjustment logic Enable/Disable. Sets SB2s voltage setting adjustment logic Enable/Disable. Changes the CHs default voltage.

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

SB2 VOLT 0 *

Changes the SB2s default voltage.

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

CH V ADJ 0 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

Changes the CHSUBs default voltage (for the drum rotations at 18PPM).

CH V MAX 0 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

Changes the CHSUBs default voltage (for the drum rotations at 8PPM).

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CH V MIN 0 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

+2 +1 0 -1

If the Menu key is pressed menu change.

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

TR1 CRNT 0 *

Press the Value+ or Value- key.

+3 +2 +1 0 -1 -2 -3

Changes TR1_1s current for reading the TR resistance value.

ENGINE TEST

Press the Select key.

EP TEST OFF *

OFF * Press the Value+ PAPER CONNECT or Value- key. 1/1 Press the Value+ 1/10 1/20 or Value- key. 1/50 00 Press the Value+ 01 02 or Value- key. FD FE FF
Upon Completion of processing ON LINE

Sets continuous print for running print evaluation at factory.

PRT DUTY 1/1 *

Sets Duty for motor acceleration testing at factory.

MODE 00 *

Used to start up Soft Logical analyze mode, etc. for engine debug mode.

ENGINE Press the RESET


MENU key.

Press the Select key.

INITIALIZING

Used in the Engine unit.

XXX

Press the ONLINE key.

INITIALIZING ON LINE XXX

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APPENDIX G HIGH CAPACITY SECOND PAPER FEEDER 1. 1.1 OUTLINE Functions


The printer is mounted on top of this High Capacity Second Paper Feeder. The High Capacity Second Paper Feeder supplies paper automatically through the operation of pulse motor (hopping), which is driven by signals sent from the printer. The main functions are the followings: Paper that can be used: [Paper Type] Standard paper: Special paper: Cut sheet size: Special size: Xerox 4200 (20-lb) OHP sheets (for PPC), Label sheets (PPC sheets); use of envelopes or thick paper is not possible. A4, A5, B5, Letter, Executive, Legal13, Legal14 Paper width: 148 to 216mm Paper length: 210 to 355.6mm

[Weight] 16-lb to 24-lb (60 to 90 g/m2) Paper setting quantity: 500 sheets of paper weighing 64 g/m2

1.2

External View and Component Names


Upper Plate Sheet Guide Assy Guide R (2nd) Assy

Front Cover Assy

Cassette Assy Guide L (2nd) Assy

Front Plate

Figure 1-1 External View and Component Names

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2. 2.1

MECHANISM DESCRIPTION General Mechanism


The High Capacity Second Paper Feeder feeds the paper into the printer by receiving the signal from the printer, which drives the pulse motor inside the High Capacity Second Paper Feeder, and this motion is transmitted to rotate the one-way clutch of the hopping frame assembly. The paper is delivered from the hopper into the printer through the turning of the hopping roller and feed roller. Once delivered into the printer, the paper is then controlled and fed through by pulse motor (registration) of the printer.

2.2

Hopper Mechanism
The hopper automatically feeds the printer with the paper being set, single sheet at a time. When the paper is loaded in the paper cassette, it is then transported by the pulse motor, carrying forward only a single sheet caught by the brake shoe at a time.

Feed Roller

Hopping Roller Pulse Motor One-way Clutch Roller

Transfer Roller Hopping Roller

Back-up Roller

Handling Hall

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3.

PARTS REPLACEMENT
This section covers the procedures for the disassembly, reassembly and installations in the field. This section describes the disassembly procedures, and for reassembly procedures, basically proceed with the disassembly procedures in the reverse order.

3.1

Precautions Concerning Parts Replacement


(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Parts replacements must be carried out, by first turning the printer power switch off O and removing the printer from the High Capacity Second Paper Feeder. Do not disassemble the High Capacity Paper Feeder if it is operating normally. Establish the extent of disassembly suitable for the purpose of the procedure, and do not disassemble any more than necessary. Only specified service tools may be used. Disassembly must be carried out according to the prescribed procedures. Parts may be damaged if such procedures are not followed. Small parts such as screws and collars can easily be lost, therefore these parts should be temporarily fixed in the original location. When handling printed circuit boards, do not use any glove which may generate static electricity. Do not place the printed circuit boards directly on the equipment or floor.

[Service Tools] Table 3-1 shows the tools required for the replacement of printed circuit boards, assemblies and units in the field.

Table 3-1 Service Tools


No. 1 2 3 4 5 Service Tools No. 1-100 Philips screwdriver No. 2-100 Philips screwdriver No. 3-100 screwdriver Digital multimeter Pliers Qty 1 1 1 1 1 Application 2 ~ 2.5 mm screws 3 ~ 5 mm screws Remarks

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3.2

Parts Layout
This section describes the layout of the main components.

Cassette Assy

Upper Plate

Hopping Roller Assy Guide R (2nd) Assy (includes stepping motor and GRT PCB)

One-way Clutch Gear Hopping Frame Assy

Stepping Motor

Guide L (2nd) Assy

Figure 3-1

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3.3

Parts Replacement Methods


This section describes the parts replacement methods for the components listed in the disassembly order diagram below. High Capacity Paper Feeder Stepping motor (hopping) (3.3.1) GRT PCB (3.3.2) Hopping roller shaft assy and One-way clutch gear (3.3.3)

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 3.3.1 Stepping Motor (Hopping) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Turn the printer power switch off, pull out the AC cord from the outlet. Remove the printer off High Capacity Second Paper Feeder. Take the paper cassette assy 1 out of High Capacity Second Paper Feeder. Remove six screws 2 and remove the upper plate 3. Remove two screws 5 and remove the hopping frame assy 6. Remove the front cover assy 4 off the guide boss on the guide L (2nd) assy 7 by bending the guide L (2nd) assy 7 in the direction of arrow shown in the magnified view below. Pull the sheet guide assy 8 in the direction of arrow a and also push in the direction of arrow b to unlock the notch, and bring the sheet guide assy 8 in the direction of arrow c to remove the sheet guide assy 8.

2 3 2

8 5 2 C 7 5 0
(See Detail A)

c b a

Notch

Guide Boss

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL Remove three screws 9 which are holding the guide R (2nd) assy 0 to the bottom plate A. Remove the screw B which is keeping the rear cover C and guide R (2nd) assy 0. Remove the guide R (2nd) assy 0. (7) Remove the protect (M) D, guide bracket E, planet gears F and planet gear bracket G. (8) Remove the E-ring H which is keeping the sheet link I on the guide R (2nd) assy 0, and pull out the hinge stand J. (9) Remove three remaining screws K which are keeping the motor on the motor bracket L, and remove the connector off the Stepping Motor M. (10) Remove two screws N on the Stepping Motor M. (6)

Note : The guide bracket E must be attached as shown in the following illustration:
No jutting of the gear shaft G is allowed into the oval hole E. Turn E clockwise for screw looseness to affix firmly.

Detail A

0 Q R

P O H N

E
L

M E G F

B C
The upper plate 3 must be attached as shown in the following illustration.

A 9

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 3.3.2 TQSB-2 PCB (1) (2) (3) Remove the pulse motor (see 3.3.1). Remove the connectors Q, R from the GRT PCB P. Remove the screw S and remove the GRT PCB P.

Note : Refer to Detall A in the previous page.


3.3.3 Hopping Roller Shaft Assy and One-way Clutch Gear (1) (2) (3) Follow up to step (3) of 3.3.1 and remove the hopping frame assy. Remove the screw 1 and remove the earth plate 2. Remove the sensor lever (T) 7 and remove the transion spring D and remove the ground plate 6. Remove the gear 3 and remove the metal bush 5 and hopping roller shaft assy 4. Remove the E-ring A and remove the one-way clutch gear B on the right side of the feed roller 0.

Note : The metal bush C also comes off. Be careful not to lose it.

3 1 2

A C 6 7 0 D B

9 8
The tension lever and the sensor lever need concurrent replacing.

Shaft

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4. 4.1

TROUBLESHOOTING Precautions Prior to the Troubleshooting


(1) (2) (3) Go through the basic checking items provided in the Printer Handbook. Obtain detailed information concerning the problem from the user. Go through checking in the conditions similar to that in which the problem occurred.

4.2

Preparations for the Troubleshooting


(1) Display on the Operator panel The status of the problem is displayed on the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) on the Operator panel. Go through the appropriate troubleshooting procedures according to the messages displayed on the LCD. [For ODA

Status message display Ready LED display : OFF : ON : BLINKING : Undefined

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4.3

Troubleshooting Method
When a problem occurs, go through the troubleshooting according to the following procedure.
Problem occurs

Problem displayed by the LCD message

Troubleshooting according to the LCD Status Message List (see 4.3.1)

Carry out detailed troubleshooting according to the Troubleshooting Flow (see 4.3.1)

4.3.1

LCD Status Message List The listing of the statuses and problems displayed in the form of messages on the LCD is provided in Table 4-1. Table 4-1

Classification Jam error (feeding)

LCD Status Message


OPEN UPPER COVER

Description

Recovery method

PAPER JAM CHECK TRAY2 PAPER JAM Jam error (ejection)

Notifies of occurrence of Check the paper in the High Capacity jam while the paper is Second Paper Feeder. being fed from High Carry out the recovery printing by Capacity Second Paper opening and closing the cover, and turn the error display off. Feeder. When the problem occurs frequently, Scroll disply. go through the Troubleshooting. Notifies of occurrence of Check the paper in the printer. Carry jam while the paper is out the recovery printing by opening being ejected from the and closing the cover, and turn the error display off. printer. Scroll disply. Notifies of incorrect size Check the paper in the High Capacity paper feeding from High Second Paper Feeder. Capacity Second Paper Also check to see if there was a feeding of multiple sheets. Feeder. Carry out the recovery printing by opening and closing the cover, and Scroll disply. turn the error display off. Notifies of no paper state Load the paper in High Capacity of the High Capacity Second Paper Feeder. Second Paper feeder.

OPEN UPPER COVER

EXIT JAM

Paper size error

OPEN UPPER COVER PAPER SIZE ERROR

Tray paper out

LOAD mmmm TRAY2 EMPTY

mmmm : Papre size (A4, Letter, Legal, Scroll disply. etc.) Paper size request
CHANGE PAPER TO mmmm/pppp TRAY2 SIZE MISMATCH

Notifies of correct paper Load the requested size paper in the size for the High capacity High Capacity Second Paper Feeder. Second Paper Feeder. Scroll disply.

mmmm : Papre size (A4, Letter, Legal, etc.) pppp : Media Type (Plain, Transparency, etc.)
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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL ( JAM error ) Paper Inlet Jam Does paper jam at the inlet when the power is turned on? YES Is the paper located above the sensor plate (inlet)? YES NO Remove the paper.

Is the sensor plate (inlet) operating normally? NO Replace the sensor plate (inlet).

YES NO

Replace the power supply/sensor board or inlet sensor.

When the paper is fed in, does the paper inlet jam occur? YES Is the paper being fed to above sensor plate (inlet)? YES Is the sensor plate (inlet) operating normally? NO YES Replace the sensor plate. (inlet)

Clean the inlet sensor on the power supply/sensor board or replace the power supply/sensor board or inlet sensor.

NO NO

Replace the hopping roller shaft assy or paper cassette.

Are the hopping roller and feed roller rotating? YES Set the paper properly.

NO

Is the pulse motor turning? YES Replace the hopping roller shaft assy or one-way clutch gear on the feed roller assy.

NO

Is the connector being connected properly? NO Connect the connector properly.

YES Check the coil resistance (approx. 4.3) of the pulse motor. Is it normal? NO Replace the stepping motor.

YES Replace the GRT PCB.

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5. 5.1

CONNECTION DIAGRAM Interconnection Diagram

Stepping motor "MOTOR" 2 M-T3 1 M-T4 4 M-T1 3 M-T2

GRT PCB

"PU"

5.2

PCB Layout
GRT PCB

OPTPSIN-N OPTSCLK-N OPTSD-P OPTSDR-N OVP + 30V OVL + 5V

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

To Printer

PU

PU

MOTOR

CONTROLLER

MOTOR DRIVER

OSC

SEN1
SEN2

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6.

PARTS LIST

Figure 6-1 High Capacity Second Paper Feeder

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL Table 6-1 High Capacity Paper Feeder No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Description Hopping roller shaft assy One-way clutch gear Pulse motor GRT PCB Cassette assy (2nd tray) DIN8P-DIN8P Connector Cord OKI-J Part No. 50409501 51401101 56512201 42372702 50107304 42372601 Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 Remark

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2nd Tray ASSEMBLY SECTION1 CABINET & CASSETTE ASSEMBLY

SECTION2 MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY

SECTION1 CABINET & CASSETTE ASSEMBLY

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28 8 SECTION1 CABINET & CASSETTE ASSEMBLY 28 1

4 29

29

i 5 6 3

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SECTION2 MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY

21 9

11 27 10 12 26 13 25 23 22

14 C

A B iii 24 B 16 ii 17 15

18

19 20

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Plate, upper Sheet guide assembly Front cover assembly Inner guide assembly Cassette assembly (2nd tray) Separation frame assembly Cover, rear Stick finger Hopping flame assembly Bush, metal (ADF) Gear (z70) Lever, sensor (p) Feed roller assembly Cable & connector Stepping motor Bracket Gear (z24) Gear (z87/z60) Plate, bottom 2nd cassette guide (L) assy Hopping roller assembly 2nd cassette guide (R) assy One-way clutch gear Board GRT Spring, Tension Lever, sensor (T) DIN8P-DIN8P Connector Cord Connection Cord Spring-Release Description OKI Parts No. 1PP4122-1401P001 3PA4122-1370G001 1PA4122-1369G001* 3PA4122-1371G001 50107304 53345801 1PP4122-1323P001 4PB4122-1441P001 1PA4122-1366G001 4PP3522-3568P001 4PP4122-1207P001 3PP4122-1331P001 50222501 3YS4111-3528P001 56512201 4PP4122-1384G001 4PP4122-1383P001 4PP4122-1226P001 2PP4122-1389P001 1PA4122-1365G001 50409501 42337801 51401101 42372702 41804801 42372601 42372601 40890502 41204801 Q'ty/U 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 500 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 6 1000 5 5 5 5 6 12 5 5 6 5 5 5 5 5 6 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 12 6 6 6 6 6 12

* For the rev. no. of the Parts List for the Front cover assembly should be applied No.6. The No.6 includes a change of Release spring [P152, No.29] ** For the rev. no. of the Parts List for the Cassette assembly (2nd tray) should be applied No.10. The No.10 includes a change of cassette and Tale Guide.

Addition of notch

Addition of projection part

Addition of groove Tale Guide

Addition of latch Cassette

Note : Cassette and Tale Guide need concurrent replacing.


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APPENDIX H NETWORK INTERFACE (OPTION)


1) Connector 2) 8-pin modular jack

Cable 10BASE/T

3)

Signal Contact No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Plug Power feeder3 Power feeder3 Send Receive Receive Send Power feeder2 Power feeder2 Receive Send Send Receive Power feeder2 Power feeder2 Jack Polarity + + + +

4)

Appearance
1pin

5)

Physical dimensions a) Transmission method by CSMA/CD b) Transmission protocol

Packet type Ethernet ll IEEE802.3 IEEE802.3+IEEE802.2 IEEE802.3+IEEE802.2+SNAP

Support

Remarks

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 6) List of protocols Protocol TCP/IP Print LPR IPP FTP SMTP/POP3 HTTP(Except IPP) Configuration HTTP Telnet FTP NetBEUI SNMP DHCP/BOOTP RARP AutoIP DNS UPnP SLP WINS NCP SNMP Etc. TCP, IP, ICMP, ARP UDP

NetBEUI NetWare

SMB, CIFS Q-Server over IPX Q-Server over IP R-Printer N-Printer PAP

NetBIOS SPX, IPX, SAP, RIP

EtherTalk

NBP

ELAP, AARP, DDP, AEP, ZIP, RTMP, ATP

7)

TCP/IP a) Support OS SunOS 4.1.1, SunOS 4.1.2, SunOS 4.1.3 Solaris 2.1, Solaris 2.2, Solaris2.4, Solaris2.5 HP-UX 9.X Windows3.0+TCP/IP Windows3.1+TCP/IP Windows3.11+TCP/IP Windows95/98 WindowsNT 3.5+TCP/IP WindowsNT 3.5.1 WindowsNT 4.0 Windows2000 WindowsXP

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL b) LPR The LPR is an application to process the print data. The LPR of this system supports multiple clients. Furthermore, it provides multiple connections for one client.
Item Factory default Setup range 1 to 8 clients Description indicates the number of clients which can be connected simultaneously. Allows simultaneous connection of a maximum of four clients.

Number of clients connected 1 to 8 clients

First command character

LPR option Specify by default. Specify by default. Specify by -J option. Specify by -C option.

Objective Host name of the machine to which the LPR is called. Host name printed on the banner sheet Log-in name of the user having called the LPR. User name printed on the banner sheet Job name printed on the banner sheet Default: File name Job type printed on the banner sheet Default: System name

Support

H P J C L f

Specify by default. Specify literal banner sheet printing. Cancel the specification by -h option. Specify the number of volumes by Name of the data file to be printed. -# option. The number of character strings of this command varies according to the number of volumes. (Not supported) Specify by default. Specify by -i option. Specify by -w option. Specify by -m option. Specify by -s option. Specify by -1/-2/-3/-4 options. Name of the file to be deleted with completion of printing Number of indent characters in the output line Specify page width. Specify sending of a mail with completion of printing Specify the symbolic link to the data file. Specify the font.

U I W M S 1/2/3/4

c) FTP FTP is an application to process the print data. The FTP of this system supports multiple of clients. Furthermore, it provides multiple connections for one client.
Item Number of clients connected Factory default Setup range 1 to 8 clients Description Indicates the number of clients which can be connected simultaneously. Allows simultaneous connection of a maximum of four clients.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL d) Telnet Telnet is an application to reference and change the menu of the Network/Printer. The TELNET of this system supports simultaneous connection of multiple clients for the personal user. Furthermore, it provides multiple connections for one client. But it cannot provide two or more simultanepus connections for super users.

Item Number of connected clients

Factory default Setup range 1 client

Description Indicates the number of clients which can be connected simultaneously. Allows simultaneous connection of a maximum of four clients. Indicates the control mode of the terminal of the connected client. Only the VT-100 alone is the support terminal mode. Indicates the number of the digits of the terminal of the connected client. The number of the support digits is fixed at 80. Indicates the number of the digits of the terminal of the connected client. The number of the support digits is fixed at 25. Indicates the time when the idle time of the connected clients expires.

Terminal mode

VT-100

VT-100

Number of columns

80 columns

80 columns

Number of rows

25 rows

25 rows

Expiration of idle time

300 sec.

60 to 7200 sec.

e) HTTP The HTTP is an application to reference and change the menu of the Network/Printer. The HTTP of this system supports simultaneous connection of multiple clients for the personal user. Furthermore, it provides multiple connections for one client. Item HTTP Version Factory default Setup range 1.0 1.0 Description Indicates the version of the HTTP being implemented.

f) SNMP SNMP is an application to reference and change the menu of the Network/Printer. The SNMP of this system supports simultaneous connection of multiple clients for the personal user. Furthermore, it provides multiple connections for one client.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 8) Netware a) Support OS Netware File Server 2.2C, 3.X,4.X,5 (Bindery Model/ NDS support) b) R-printer The R-printer is an application to process the print data. The R-printer of this system supports multiple print serves. Furthermore, it provides one connection for one printer server; it does not allow multiple connections for one printer server.
Item

Shipment from factory

Setup range
1 to 8 servers

Description
"Indicates the number of print servers which can be connected simultaneously. Each print server need not be started in advance. Even when the printer is ready for operation, connection is achieved only by starting the print server."
Indicates the name of the connected print server. Each print server name can be registered up to a maximum of 31 characters. The default xxxxxx of the print server name is set to the lower three bytes of the MAC address of the print server. Overseas: Olxxxxxx OEM: Etherxxxxxx The print server name must be preset on a NetWare server using a Novell tool. Takes the form of the above server name followed by -prn1, by default.

Number of connected print serves

Print Server Name

OIxxxxxx Etherxxxxxx

Maximum four servers *Maximum 31 characters

Printer Name Job Time out

(Print Server Name)-prn1 10


4-255 seconds

A timeout value that functions only when a specific size job is received.

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL c) Q-Server The Q-Server is an application to process the print data. The Q-Server of this system supports multiple file serves. Furthermore, it allows connection of multiple print servers for one file server.
Item

Shipment from factory

Setup range
1 to 8 servers

Description
Indicates the number of print servers which can be connected simultaneously. Each print server need not be started in advance. Even when the printer is ready for operation, connection is achieved only by starting the print server. Indicates the name of the connected print server. Each print server name can be registered up to a maximum of 31 characters. The default xxxxxx of the print server name is set to the lower three bytes of the MAC address of the print server. Overseas: Olxxxxxx OEM: Etherxxxxxx The print server name must be preset on a NetWare server using a Novell tool. Takes the form of the above server name followed by -prn1, by default.

Number of connected print serves

Print Server Name

OIxxxxxx Etherxxxxxx

Maximum four servers *Maximum 31 characters

Printer Name File Server Name

(Print Server Name)-prn1 NULL


Maximum four servers *Maximum 47 characters

Entered with the name of a connecting file server. The file server is that whose settings have been set using a Novell tool. The entry of this file server name is optional. When the field is left blank, SoftNIC can automatically discover and connect a file server to connect to. Entered with a password for the connection to a file server. The password must be preset on a NetWare server using a Novell tool. When this field, which is optional, is left blank, no password is used for connection to a file server. In such cases, the password for the file server must not be set on the file server. Specified with a time interval for checking whether a job occurs. When this field, which is optional, is left blank, the default four seconds takes effect.

Password for File servers

NULL

Maximum 31 characters

Job Polling Rate

2-255 seconds

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 9) EtherTalk a) Support OS System7.0, 7.1, 7.1.X System7.5, 7.5.1, 7.5.2, 7.5.3, 7.5.5 MAC OS7.6, 8.X, 9 b) PAP The PAP is an application to process the print data. Item Factory default Setup range 1 client Description Indicates the number of clients which can be connected simultaneously. Simultaneous connection is possible up to one client. Number of connected clients 1 client

Printer name Zone name

B4300

One item by max. Indicates the printer name which can be set 32 characters on the printer. One item by max. Indicates the zone to which the printer be32 characters longs.

10) NetBEUI a) Support OS Windows95/98 WindowsNT4.0 Windows2000 b) NetBIOS Item Host name Factory default OLxxxxxx MLxxxxxx Setup range 1 to 15 characters Description Indicates the NetBIOS Host name. OL: Overseas machines ML: Japan Domestic machines xxxxxx is the last six digits of the MAC address. Indicates the NetBIOS Work Group name.

Work Group name

Print Server

1 to 15 characters

11) OKI Original Port The OKI Original Port provides special processing which is beyond the scope of normal menu operation. Item Initial recognition Description Executes the processing of finding out the printer by the setup utility when the printer is connected to the network. Provides download processing of the program for the flash ROM. Serves as a PJL port to send and receive the PJL command.

Flash Down Load PJL command /response

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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL 12) Others a) Hot Protocol The Hot Protocol provides a function of simultaneous meeting of requests for connection from multiple clients using different transport layer protocols. b) Multi-user The Multi-user provides a function of simultaneous meeting of requests for connection from multiple clients using the same transport layer protocol. c) Permissible connection Number of connections Total number of connections Number of connections for simultaneous use of management APs (Telnet, SMP, Web, OKI Original Port) Number of connections for simultaneous use of printing APs 13) Setup Each setup item can be set by the menu and network management tool. Management Classification Setup item Menu change tool change Description Network valid/invalid Common Valid/invalid for entire network 10 2 Remarks

Frame type TCP/IP TCP/IP valid/invalid IP address IP subnet mask Default gateway Netware Netware valid/invalid Netware mode Network address Q-server print server name Q-server connection file server name Q-server polling rate NDS Tree name NDS Context name R-Printer printer name R-Printer connection print server name NetBEUI NetBEUI valid/invalid Net BIOS Host name NetBIOS Work Group name AppleTalk EtherTalk valid/invalid printer name Ether Talk zone nameSpecify by -1/-2/-3/-4 options. Ether Talk Printer name
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Frame type for transmission and reception TCP/IP valid/invalid

Netware valid/invalid X X X X X X X X X NetBEUI valid/invalid X X X X X X Name of the zone to which the printer belongs Name of the printer EtherTalk valid/invalid X R-Printer/Q-server

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Parts No. 51112301 53342401 51607402 51228901 42174301 51607501 42174201 41279501 41279601 41279401 41281201 41280401 41279301 41279701 42208501 40438001 41301801 41584101 41536201 41584201 42208601 50805901 42551201 50924201 42126101 51229201 51010701 40771401 41027701 42468801 51010903 52203802 42209201 42209202 40772501 42145701 42145703 42145801 42145802 42129101 42129102 42146701 42146501 56639709 42146601 42266803 42660001 42596601 42657501 42352501 42196001 42196101 42121701 42121801 42121901 50517201 53347201

Name Hopping Roller Shaft Rubber-Hopping Roller Bearing One-way Clutch Gear Roller-Regist Bearing(Registration) Roller-Pressure Holder-Regist L Holder-Regist R Gear-Pressure Bearing-Pressure Spring-Tension Plate-Contact PA Bearing-Regist L Gear-Regist Roller Assy.-Transfer Bearing TR Roller-Back up Spring Bias Holder-BU Bearing-Ball Lever-Reset L Assy. Reset Lever R Arm-Switch Reset Spring Idle Gear Idle Gear Sensor Plate(Inlet) Lever-Eject Sensor Assembly Sensor Wire Assembly Toner Sensor(Adhesion) Diselectrification Bar Shaft Diselectrification Film Heat Assy Heat Assy Roller Assy.-Eject Cover Assy.-Front Cover Assy.-Front Cover Assy.-Stacker Cover Assy.-Stacker Holder-Head Holder-Head Film-FG Spring-Head FUJI-CARD(24P) Contact-Head LED Head Unit-51MXF3 Frame Subassy.-Lower Damper Oil Bracket-Motor(Caulking) Bracket-Sub-M Motor-Pulse(Main) Motor-Pulse(Regist) Gear-M3 Gear-M2 Gear-R2 Washer C FG Plate OP

Remarks

110V/120V 230V Beige Black Beige Black Beige Black

No. 55 56 57 58 59 60

Parts No. 42209101 42200501 40828301

Name Guide-Paper R(Adhesive) Plate-Base Assy. Polyethylene Tape Guide-Paper H CS-RING(CS3-SUS) Cassette guide L Assy. Cassette guide L Assy. Cassette guide R Assy. Cassette guide R Assy. Beam Plate FG Plate(bm) Sensor Plate(Paper Supply) Cassette Sensor Plate Insulator Board GRR-2 Power Supply Unit Power Supply Unit Board-HLB Sumi-Card(30P) Cord Assy.(13p-5P,8p) Fan Motor Cassette Assy.-Paper Cassette Assy.-Paper Plate-Guide Plate-Shield Face Up Stacker Assy. Face Up Stacker Assy. Frame Assy.-OP Panel Frame Assy.-OP Panel Cover-Upper Assy. Cover-Upper Assy. Cover-IF Cover-IF Holder-Tr_R Spacer-Tr_L Plate-Earth_(CTR) Plate-Earth-ENV Damper-Gear Spring-Sensor_In Spring-Write-Sensor Plate-Damper(Caulking) Guide-Paper Gear-Reg(One-way) Motor-Pulse(Hopping) Gear-R2(Z58/20) Film-Support(Head) Film-Support(OP) Core Core FUJI-CARD(14P)

Remarks

L=90mm

42209401 42209402 42209501 61 42209502 62 51608801 63 51023601 64 51019701 65 51011501 66 42146301 67 43006722 68-a 41991601 68-b 42510301 69 42284101 70 56640903 71 42101001 72 42283501 42209604 73 42209605 74 42146201 75 42146901 42146801 76 42146802 42147010 77 42147013 42147201 78 42147208 42129601 79 42129602 90 42406701 91 92 40771901 93 42318001 94 51252001 95 42797101 96 41415801 97 42679901 98 42661401 99 42657701 100 42658001 101 42657601 102 103 104 105 106 42408001

Beige Black Beige Black

F/W Rev 2.25 100V/110V/120V 230V

Beige Black

Beige Black Beige Black Beige Black Beige Black